The Transformation of Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A)

 

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As automation and analytics drive new capabilities, the next five years will be the most transformative period for FP&A, according to consultant and FP&A expert Brian Kalish. In November 2018, APQC spoke with the former executive director of the global FP&A practice at the Association for Finance Professionals (AFP) about the changing role of finance and how technology will help to transform FP&A processes.

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