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FP&A Trends: Intelligent FP&A: Top Three Challenges and How To Overcome Them

“Organisations fail to move past legacy ways of working. To this day, Excel remains the most common tool for running complex FP&A activities. Despite its popularity, spreadsheet-based planning is heavily constrained and unable to meet modern business needs and speed. It restricts collaboration, increases the risk of error, and often works in a silo and even when it is not, it can be time-consuming to integrate properly.”

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