Future of finance: Making planning, reporting and analytics a breeze

Future of finance: Making planning, reporting and analytics a breeze

Join us on 9 April at 12:30pm (BST) to learn about an efficient approach to the digital transformation of your business

Business Transformation. Everyone is talking about it in one way or another, whether they are doing it or planning on embarking on it.

Organisations may be striving to grow, change, adapt, optimise or even just survive in this fast-changing landscape, and to do so they need a business transformation plan. 

Navigating the fourth industrial revolution requires businesses to make these changes, there is no getting round it. The ability to start small and deliver quickly therefore may be critical to the buy-in from people around the organisation.

If you just don’t know where to start with all this disruption, you can now learn how to accelerate your business and digital transformation journey with a planning, reporting, and analytics solution which embraces excel.

Join us for an upcoming deminar to gain a live insight showing you how to transform a manual excel report to a robust, secure, flexible solution from Jedox available to you in excel as well as web and mobile in just minutes.

On Tuesday 9 April join us at 12:30 pm (BST) for an Accountancy Age deminar sponsored by Jedox and CFMS.

We will be discussing the future of finance and how integrated planning, reporting, and analytics can be achieved quickly and easily with the right tools.

You will see a live deminar of the product and have a chance to ask any question you might have after watching the demo.

Register here to join the session and ensure you log on for 12:30 on 9 April.

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