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InfoCat Events Programme

Join us online to hear about the latest developments in FP&A


We run regular webinars to introduce the latest Budgeting, Planning and Forecasting developments which our experienced team use to improve the often cumbersome and time-consuming processes generally required to manage many current spreadsheet-based FP&A systems . Find out why spreadsheets alone cannot meet the demands of today's business environment and see how you can easily migrate to a fully integrated, powerful and flexible planning solution.

Whether you are completely new to your in-house budgeting and forecasting system, or are a seasoned pro looking for ways to streamline and simplify your month-end reporting, these events are for you.


Our 2021 events will continue to be provided online for the remainder of this year and details of upcoming events will be published  below as they become available. As in previous years, we look forward to welcoming you to our events and please feel free to get in contact if you would like more information about our events schedule, which will be released soon. 

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Improving The Performance of your FP&A. How to Work Smarter, not Harder, and Optimise the Finance Team's Capabilities

Tuesday 14 December 2021 - 11:00 am - midday GMT + Q&A

Join us as we discuss how to align company culture with the right choice of optimum software functionality in order to streamline your current FP&A processes.

Finance teams in the past have had to work harder and longer to meet the demand. But modern technology now delivers vastly improved processes and the improvements it can deliver are changing the way we work.

InfoCat and Generation CFO present insights into a pragmatic approach to better FP&A.

More details and registration here. 

Previous Webinars Available On-Demand

Some of our most popular webinars are available below. Browse the webinar recordings and filter by your topic of interest.

Note that not all webinar recordings are available without prior registration.