How to Breakdown Silos and Unify Planning Across your Organization

Can Unified Planning Save Your Company Money and Give You Time Back?

Whether your enterprise plans top-down or bottom-up, building strong links between strategic and operational plans is difficult. It is painful for the office of finance to consolidate budgets across entitles and countries when each one has a different finance system and its own chart of accounts. How can the right solution help your organization move from spreadsheets to Unified Enterprise Planning?

Join us on October 4th to discover how integrated planning can save you time and money by linking financial targets to operational drivers - the activities that each department actually does day-to-day. Learn how to compare actuals in Excel that plan and drill-down below the KPIs to understand "why" something is happening. Re-define performance monitoring in your company with excel based budgeting & planning.

In this webinar you will:

Combine pre-built planning models with individual requirements to develop an integrated enterprise planning application

Use existing business content for Sales, HR, Cost Centers, and P&L – and benefit from direct data entry in the web, driver-based planning, incremental planning procedures, and more

Integrate custom operational budgets into your Enterprise Planning Solution by learning how to:

→ Connect your custom applications with the Jedox modeling engine to one centralized, enterprise-wide budget solution

→ Convert your existing Excel spreadsheets into an enterprise-class solution

About the Speakers

Ed Gromann


Jedox Inc.

As the President of the Boston-based Jedox subsidiary Jedox Inc., Ed drives the growth of Jedox in North and South America, develops the US Jedox team and ensures our customers’ ongoing success in the Americas.

Laura Zachary

Pre-Sales Director

Jedox Inc.

Laura Zachary's LinkedIn page

Laura has over 18 years experience in the Business Intelligence industry. She has worked with customers in many industries on multiple continents. Laura’s background combines deep technical knowledge across multiple platforms/vendor offerings with a keen understanding of customers business requirements. Laura has a Masters degree in IT Management from Harvard University.

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