Video Round-Up: The Pillars of FP&A Success

Collectiv Video Round-Up FP&A

FP&A 2.0 is already happening. From the impact of this year’s pandemic to the continued focus on digital transformation, teams are locking in their processes to work toward future-proofing their organization.

In this video round-up, we bring you a group of videos that feature FP&A insights and best practices. What does the new normal mean for FP&A (Financial Planning and Analysis)? What are the three pillars of FP&A success—and which pillar is most important? And with all of the pivots happening this year, is a rolling forecast or traditional budget the right move? Watch the videos below to find out.

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What is the New Normal for FP&A?

The new normal is impacting the world, but what does it mean for FP&A teams? Chris Ortega offers his insights to help teams working in Financial Planning and Analysis navigate the new normal now…and into the future.

The Value of FP&A (Financial Planning and Analysis)

Chris Ortega explains the value of FP&A (Financial Planning and Analysis) by covering three key areas: people, process, and technology.

The Most Important Factor for FP&A Success

People, process, and technology are the three pillars of a successful FP&A (Financial Planning and Analysis) team. But, which one is the most important factor in achieving FP&A success? Chris Ortega explains in this video.

Rolling Forecast vs. Traditional Budget

Which financial forecasting practice is optimal for your organization? Chris Ortega stacks up the traditional budget process against a 12-month rolling forecast to help you decide the best approach to focus on.

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