A professional services trained project manager with years of experience helping customers achieve success by involving the right people and processes with the best technology solutions. Having worked at Accenture, IBM, and local industry leaders, he is is experienced in Oracle ERP, Clarity Systems, Host Analytics, SQL Server and Essbase.
Responsive, honest, straightforward, and caring, Zach gets deals done. His tireless customer advocacy ensures that each one of his customers feels like they are his only customer.
Everybody plans...so let them, and help them do it better.
In this webinar we’ll show you how to establish a powerful and connected planning ‘platform,’ complete with separate models each department can own, all integrated and synced to your central corporate finance plan (a single source of truth).
We’ll cover how planning can be integrated and connected across:
Have a look at our eBook, "The Hidden Costs of Static Planning That CFOs Need to Know Now." As modern CFOs move beyond accounting to become business performance leaders, the awareness of missed opportunities caused by static planning processes has escalated. CFOs who fail to guide their companies with active planning processes are seeing negative impacts on their organizations’ ability to capture profit and grow.
Agility is everything in the changing world of business. To think fast and move first, you need an enterprise planning solution designed to help you make better decisions, faster. Workday Adaptive Planning enables 5,200+ customers worldwide to collaborate, gain insights, and deliver superior performance so you can gain business agility and plan for what’s next. Built for business users, our cloud-based software offers powerful modeling and analytics capabilities in a tool simple enough for anyone to use, and scalable enough for organizations of any size. Discover how an enterprise planning solution from Workday can help you embrace the future with confidence.
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