FP&A Should Entail Business Intelligence and Analytics

 

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Relying mainly on historical financial data--and focusing only on what happened in the last quarter or year--does not help to reduce the uncertainty that is inherent in the options you have for influencing performance tomorrow. In this interview, Steve Williams of DecisionPath Consulting explains why organizations should be using predictive techniques and how a sound business intelligence environment can help identify and remediate performance erosion before it goes too far.

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