How Forward-Thinking Finance Leaders Plan for Business Agility

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Date: 
Thursday, September 19, 2019
When: 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Duration: 
45-minute presentation with Q&A

 

In disruptive times, agility is everything. Companies that can respond to change in real time win big today. And finance holds the key to agility, with modern, cloud planning processes that speed decision making.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear industry analyst Doug Henschen and Adaptive Insights Founder Rob Hull discuss how finance leaders can–and must–play a role in digital transformation initiatives to improve agility and elevate the role of finance.

In just 60 minutes, you'll learn how to:

  • Start planning for the future–or make way for agile companies that do
  • Meet ever-increasing digital transformation demands for finance
  • Deliver strategic insights for competitive advantage
  • Engage operational and functional leaders in planning for faster decision making
  • Scale process and talent requirements in the decade ahead

 

Top Reporting Challenges Ahead of the webinar, have a look at our eBook, "Plan to Win." Focusing on business agility, the book discusses how leaders across industries have leveraged active planning to make better decisions faster. 

 

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About Adaptive Insights, a Workday company

Everybody plans. However, not every company plans in a way to stay agile and ready for what's next. Driving business agility in a fast-moving world, the Adaptive Insights Business Planning Cloud leads the way for people in over 4,500 companies to collaborate, gain insights, and deliver superior performance. Powerful modeling and analytics for any size organization, yet so easy that anyone can participate in the planning process and help companies make better decisions, faster.

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