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Published By: Vena Solutions     Published Date: Oct 29, 2018
With such proven and widely recognized benefits, how many companies are using rolling forecasts today? The short answer is, it depends on whom you ask. On the whole, adoption rates range from less than 5% to over 75%, depending on how you define a true rolling forecast.
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Published By: Oracle APAC ZO OD Prime Volume ERP ABM Leads June 2017     Published Date: Jul 12, 2017
In recent years, business forecasts have had to become faster and more flexibleóready to be adjusted at a momentís notice. As earnings and product cycles accelerate, it has become clear that the business world is decisively moving towards treating rolling forecasts as standard. A slow process of budgeting and forecasting is no longer enough. This digibook contains a step-by-step guide on how to meet stakeholdersí expectations, with case studies and examples of how smart CFOs are adapting their processes to improve the quality and timeliness of their business forecasting.
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Oracle APAC ZO OD Prime Volume ERP ABM Leads June 2017
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Sep 21, 2016
In recent years, business forecasts have had to become faster and more flexible-ready to be adjusted at a moment's notice. As earnings and product cycles accelerate, it has become clear that the business world is decisively moving towards treating rolling forecasts as standard. A slow process of budgeting and forecasting is no longer enough.
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