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FP&A Transformation: What to Consider

By Thomas Lundell, Director FP&A at NetApp

For quite some time CFOs and the finance community have been talking about transforming the finance function, becoming better business partners and focusing on the value-add, strategic activities.

At the core of that transformation is FP&A, as activities like business planning, business unit strategy, investment allocation and predictive analytics become important to fulfil finance’s new, expanded position within the company.

FP&A Trends TV Series: Presenting Numbers Effectively

Presenting Numbers Effectively

In this episode of the FP&A Trends Video Series, Randall Bolten, author of "Painting with Numbers" talks about how to effectively present numbers for FP&A professionals. Presenting numbers is communicating, and therefore there are certain tips to make sure it is done correctly.

The Launch of New York FP&A Board on 6th April 2017

By Larysa Melnychuk, Managing Director at FP&A Trends group

We are happy to share that the International FP&A Board has successfully expanded into the United States. It was launched in New York on 6th April 2017. The mission of the International FP&A Board is to guide the development and promotion of best practices in global FP&A, identify and support new trends, skillsets and innovations. And that is exactly what board chapters in 11 cities of Europe, the Middle East, Asia and now the USA are about.

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FP&A Trends TV Series: FP&A Business Partner

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The Evolution  of FP&A Business Partnering

Interview with Gemma Davie, Senior FP&A Director at CA Technologies, a member of London FP&A Board. 

We only need to look at the evolution of the mobile phone to understand why the role of the FP&A business partner has changed.

As technology has continued to evolve at an increasing speed and the business environment has become so complex and volatile, decisions have to be made quickly and the demand for timely, flexible, forward-looking analysis has transformed the role of the FP&A business partner.

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