Excel has long been a staple in financial planning and analysis, but as businesses grow and evolve, it can become increasingly challenging to manage data and gain valuable insights using spreadsheets alone. That’s why more and more financial professionals are making the move to an FP&A solution.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the benefits of migrating from Excel to an FP&A solution, including improved accuracy, greater efficiency, and enhanced collaboration. We’ll also discuss the challenges that come with migrating from Excel and provide insights into how to overcome those challenges, from data migration to user training and adoption. Additionally, we’ll share best practices for making the transition from Excel to an FP&A solution, including tips for choosing the right solution for your business and ensuring a smooth migration process.
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Stacy Brown, Vice President, FP&A Solutions, Marcum Technology
|Unlocking the Power of FP&A: Why it’s Time to Move Beyond Excel
|Important Notice Regarding CPE:
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|Instruction Delivery Method
|Group Internet-Based (virtual classroom)
|Recommended CPE Credit
To receive CPE credit, attendees must respond to three out of the four polling questions asked during the program and be active in the webinar platform for a minimum of 50 minutes. Recommended Field of Study: Computer Software & Applications
|Recommended Field of Study
|Computer Software & Applications
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