She needs to gather data from different sources. Some data is available in tools (e.g. accounting data), and other data needs to be collected from colleagues (e.g. marketing assumptions).
It is imperative that her files don’t break or contain inaccurate data. On top of that, most planning, forecasting, or reporting processes follow a strict timeline, and it is important to meet deadlines.
She wants to make her life easier as a CFO and to spend more time on what matters most — shaping and making decisions based on solid data and models.
Centralize your financial data collection and validation with granular sharing, giving you more control over your data.
Schedule recurring data consolidation and distribution tasks, giving you more time to focus on what matters—driving growth.
Sync all your scattered numbers in one place by connecting to your tech stack, giving you a holistic view of your data.