Linium's EPM experts will be on-hand to discuss strategies and approaches to budgeting, financial planning, and forecasting. In addition, Linium’s Vice President, Sean Bernhoit, will present two 40-minute roundtable discussions:
Variance/Exceptions Based Planning, and Forecasting
Tuesday, January 29 – 7:25-8:05 am
Rather than focusing on building a bottom's up budget, or a bottom's up forecast, you can manage your budget and forecast by analyzing the variances of the business that are based on thresholds to analyze. Business conditions that are constant and easily managed should require less time as part of the process. Focusing on business conditions that have the highest degree of variances should be the focus of the financial model. Key points in this discussion: variances, Exception Based Planning, defining Key Metrics, analyzing the data.
Integrated Business Planning
Tuesday, January 29 – 8:05-8:45 am
Learn how to expand your forecasting and budgeting process beyond the finance organization. Key points in this discussion: drivers to integrate, organizations to include, and how to create an integrated business plan.
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