Adaptive Insights ‘Road to Active Planning’ Series Brings Finance Transformation Expertise to 16 Cities Worldwide
Customers to Share their Transition from Static to Active Planning Processes using Adaptive Insights Business Planning Cloud
Adaptive Insights, powering a new generation of business planning, today announced it is hosting a series of meetings in 16 cities across the globe, providing a forum for attendees to learn how to transform their corporate FP&A function and become the strategic business partners their organizations expect. Featuring Adaptive Insights customer speakers, the company will host a combination of exclusive breakfast, lunch, and networking receptions that provide case studies featuring customers who have successfully transitioned to an active planning process using the Adaptive Insights Business Planning Cloud. Events start March 8 and run through April 12, 2018.
“Organizations of all sizes are looking for greater business agility in today’s fast-moving world,” said Rob Hull, Founder and Chairman at Adaptive Insights. “Many organizations want to modernize their business planning, reporting and analytics processes, but aren’t sure how to start. In these sessions, attendees will hear directly from customers who have embraced active planning, showing the path they took for finance transformation using the Adaptive Insights Business Planning Cloud.”
The events will include panel discussions, customer case studies, CFO presentations, and professional networking in cities throughout the United States, Canada, England, Australia, and New Zealand. Presentations will cover best practices to increase speed and agility of reporting and dashboarding, rolling forecasts, and ad-hoc analysis. Case studies will be featured from customers across a variety of industries, including software, healthcare, higher education, manufacturing, nonprofit, banking, professional services, and more. And, hands on demonstrations of the company’s award-winning business planning cloud will be provided.
According to a recent survey, 73% of CFOs now trust the cloud for financial data, vs. just 33% of CFOs that trusted the cloud three years ago, reflecting a significant technology shift for finance, one of the last functions in the enterprise to embrace cloud technology.
Prospective attendees can visit the Adaptive Insights events page to find a nearby location and register.
For more information about the Adaptive Insights Business Planning Cloud, read the company’s blog titled, “Pedal to the Metal: The Need to Drive Better Planning,” or visit the website.