Use case: Financial forecast
Real-time control in a volatile and dynamic world
The driver-based approach not only leads to more efficiency in planning, but also in the creation of monthly or quarterly forecasts – with higher quality!
Reliable forecast at the push of a button
With Valsight, you can quickly create forecasts based on value driver models that reflect the key financial and operational factors influencing the company’s development.
Changed market outlooks and new developments are entered in just a few steps and the forecast is updated automatically. Compare it to the original assumptions and plans and take additional action as needed. In this way, the forecast meets today’s demands for agile steering.
Efficient forecast creation
The Scenario Manager forms the basis for the efficient creation of regular forecasts and is intuitive to use: You can quickly and flexibly enter assumptions and expected values for relevant influencing factors of your business model.
Updated effects of measures and short-term changes of key value drivers can be evaluated and edited immediately—directly in the management meeting, for example.
The effective assumptions are easy to understand and can also be adjusted at short notice.
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Company-wide forecast creation
Integrated workflows facilitate the creation of company and group-wide forecasts across all silo structures.
Aggregate revenue and profit forecasts along the enterprise hierarchy and watch a consolidated forecast emerge.
This promotes cooperation between different organizational units as well as transparency across departments.
Automated data integration
Efficient forecast processes incorporate information from different systems. For example, the updated sales pipeline can be automatically transferred from the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. If your company already uses predictive analytics algorithms to forecast individual key figures (e.g. sales volumes), these values can be easily integrated. Dependent drivers and KPIs (e.g. turnover) are then derived automatically.