At the fifth AI / ML FP&A Committee meeting, Igor Panivko, FD & MD at Konika Minolta, talked about dynamic and interactive Sales Planning based on the algorithmic model. He shared his experience in harnessing data in FP&A and how the company tried to solve some of the challenges which are typical for the finance function.
The algorithmic model allowed Konika Minolta to concentrate on business goals rather than on data processing tasks.
The Global Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning FP&A Committee was created in March 2018 with the aim to see how the latest developments in those technologies can influence modern Financial Planning and Analytics. More information about its previous meetings and members can be found here.