Adaptive Insights Founder Robert S. Hull Models FP&A Transformation at AFP Annual Conference

Leads Discussion on Building a Strategic FP&A Organization

Oct 16, 2017

Adaptive Insights, the recognized leader in cloud corporate performance management (CPM), today announced that Founder and Chairman Robert S. Hull will moderate a session at this week’s AFP Annual Conference, entitled, “Building a Strategic FP&A Organization.”

The session will explore how teams can streamline the planning process, achieve greater engagement and ownership with the business, and ultimately integrate into the strategic business planning to be that strategic partner.

The 2017 AFP Annual Conference, themed “Where the Best Get Even Better,” brings together 6,500 treasury and finance professionals with a goal to help them expand their focus, tear down silos, make connections, and find valuable insights via educational panels, sessions, exhibits, and networking events.

WHAT:               Session: “Building a Strategic FP&A Organization”

WHO:                 Speaker: Robert S. Hull, Founder and Chairman, Adaptive Insights

                            Panelist: Jon Nguyen, Vice President of Finance, Mitchell International

WHEN:               Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 10:30 am - 11:45 am

WHERE:              San Diego Convention Center

                            111 W Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101


About Adaptive Insights

Adaptive Insights is the recognized leader in cloud corporate performance management (CPM). The company's Adaptive Suite enables companies of all sizes to collaboratively plan and model, easily access real-time analytics, streamline complex financial reporting, and accelerate financial consolidation. With this best-practice active planning process, Adaptive Insights differentiates with easy, powerful, and fast software that empowers more than 3,500 customers globally to drive business success.

Adaptive Insights is a privately held company with headquarters in Palo Alto, CA, and a presence in more than 50 countries. To learn more, visit