In this short video Ron Monteiro, Corporate Director of Finance at Kruger Products L.P., outlines a few fundamental principles you should follow before preparing a business visualisation.
In this series of blogs, Michael is looking at a number of areas that FP&A departments must address if they are to add value to the organisations they serve in this technology-driven age. In this blog, he looks at the reports being produced.
Data is becoming a key asset of today’s world. Most valuable companies claim to be data-driven, decisions are data-based, and our business strategy needs a corresponding data strategy to enable success.
As organisations get to grips with data and technology, now more than ever, we see the emergence and the importance of FP&A Storytelling. So how can we apply analytics, visualisation and dashboards for better FP&A Storytelling and what are the dos and don’ts of FP&A Storytelling?
FP&A Storytelling has been one of the biggest trends in FP&A over the last few years as executives and C-level leaders want to know how their company is performing, what segments are performing well or not so well, and why so.
“Telling the story” is one of the most important parts of the FP&A role, and data visualisation can help immensely. This makes the FP&A dashboard a very powerful tool, but 80% of dashboards are seldom or never used.