FP&A teams may not call themselves technology pros but they depend to a large extent on technology to help them in their work – be it budgeting, planning or reporting. But all too often, we read of failed IT with between 30 and 60% citing unmet goals, budget overruns, significant delays, or just outright giving up on the project.
When taken in the context of a much larger organisational transformation efforts, the statistics get more dire with McKinsey research estimating a 70% failure rate on change management efforts.
Let’s change that from today.
In this AFP Guide “Implementing a Planning System: Part 1, Laying the Groundwork, published by the Association for Financial Professionals in partnership with Adaptive Insights, you’ll learn how to prepare your organization for a move to a dedicated planning system so you can modernize your FP&A practices, bring greater agility to your organisation and help prepare your business for what’s next.