5 Steps to Getting Your Business
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Learn how to set your course right with rolling forecasts. Dramatically reduce the time your business spends laboring over the annual plan or budget, so that your assumptions are current and in line with actual market conditions.

We'll guide you through some of the most important best practices as well as advise you on steps to making rolling forecasts a success in your organization.

In this eBook we'll discuss:

  • Using spreadsheets vs. a dedicated application for implementing your rolling forecast
  • Sifting through the details to identify drivers of your models
  • Saving time and improving decision making with what-if scenarios
  • Determining the right time horizon for your organization's forecast

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Resource Excerpt
More than 90% of spreadsheets contain serious errors, while more than 90% of spreadsheet users are convinced that their models are error-free.

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