Finance in Control with Easy EPM Reporting


24 August, 1:00pm BST / 2:00pm CEST

Finance in Control with Easy EPM Reporting

Running your EPM reports in spreadsheets or generic BI tools can lead to problems.

Data is manually handled in disparate spreadsheets, human error occurs and late changes are required, leading to different versions of the truth floating around your organization. Generic BI tools are ill-equipped to handle multi-dimensional data and require heavy involvement from IT teams for ad hoc analysis. This results in further delays and unsatisfying, high-maintenance reporting.

It’s hard to feel like you’re control of the narrative when you spend so much time chasing the data. And with no time left for crucial analysis, you can’t provide the insights your business so critically needs.

What if you could leverage an EPM reporting tool that provides your finance team with a single source of truth and simple report building capabilities that don’t require dependency on IT? You have a team of trained finance professionals at your disposal. Allow them spend time on the most vital activity for driving success: financial analysis.

Join our session on 24th August at 1:00pm BST / 2:00pm CEST to learn how technology can help you become a trusted advisor and business partner of the executive team. During the webinar, we will discuss how you can:

  • Enable your finance team to quickly build reports and dashboards with templates.
  • Easily customise outputs to match the needs of your organization.
  • Set up dynamic reporting which automatically adjusts when your company structure changes.
  • Empower executives with quality dashboards and storyboards.

Date: 24th August 2022
Time: 1:00pm BST / 2:00pm CEST

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24th August 2022, 1:00pm BST / 2:00pm CEST


Marcel Legerstee, Senior Product Manager, insightsoftware 

Over 10 years of experience in developing, launching, delivering, implementing and selling digital solutions. Developed a cross-functional skill set in Agile Product Development, Project Management, IT Strategy, Product Management, Customer Experience, Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Data Management, Data Analysis, Business Intelligence (BI), Reporting & Analytics, Pre-sales and Consultancy.

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Operating a global business in a fast-changing world, you have to be grounded real-time in the external environment, have complete transparency, be fact-based and working with a great, collaborative team.

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With an increasingly integrated world economy, be prepared to respond to higher levels of both risk and opportunity. A strong balance sheet is a tremendous asset when managing though periods of volatility.

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Look at what your organization needs and don't be afraid to take chances, but balance risk with success, only increasing the former when the latter goals are being met.

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