InfoCat On Demand Webinar Recording

How FP&A Teams Are Working Smarter

Technology Choice and Business Culture Are Key Drivers

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How to Improve The Performance of your FP&A

A discussion on company culture alignment, software functionality and streamlining processes

Work smarter, not harder

We have seen how important planning, analysis and reporting has been to an organisation during uncertainty and disruption. Finance teams, especially FP&A, have been instrumental in planning for multiple scenarios, measuring performance, and providing strategic guidance.

However, many finance teams have had to work harder and longer to meet the demand. For this effort to be sustainable, finance teams need to be working smarter, taking advantage of technology and the process improvements it can deliver.

Join us on this webinar where we will be discussing:

>  Why FP&A is so important to an organisation
>  Why company culture as well as software functionality is important when selecting a technology partner.
>  Leveraging on internal skills to increase success
>  How to approach an implementation

This webinar was recorded on Tuesday 14th December 2021 and is available on demand.

Our Webinar Hosts

Presentations By:

Mark Cracknell ACA - Head of Research, Generation CFO

Mark trained with KPMG and then worked in industry for 10 years in the UK and Europe as a Group Financial Controller, Finance Director and CFO. In the last 20 years Mark has worked with, and partnered, with some of the leading software consultancies and vendors who provide solutions to finance. With his knowledge of the solutions market and his hands-on experience of the workings of the finance team, Mark is able to provide a real and pragmatic insight into how technology can enable the transformation of the finance team.

Stephen Waters ACA - Managing Director, InfoCat

Stephen Waters is Managing Director of InfoCat, a consultancy specialising in Financial Performance and Analysis systems. A Chartered Accountant, he spent several years in the finance sector developing budgeting and planning applications before co-founding InfoCat, where he has used his knowledge and practical experience to help scores of his customers implement the most functional and cost effective solution, regardless of the technology used.