March 15, 2022
By Luis Rivera
Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) plays a vital part in an organization’s ability to create accurate budgets and forecast trends. Companies remain consistently valuable and profitable with meticulous attention to financial planning and cash flow management. Many companies recognize the need FP&A, but have not been able to fully integrate this function into their operations.
For this reason, we are excited to share the announcement that Sage Intacct Planning (formerly Budgeting and Planning) is now available as a stand-alone solution. Sage Intacct Planning now works with virtually any accounting software, so no matter what system your organization uses, you can leverage the power and agility that this tool has to offer. Our webinar recording “Budgeting and Planning Solutions that Replace Excel – With New Options!” contains some highlights.
Hundreds of organizations such as FoodCorps are modernizing their planning functions. By using the Sage Intacct Planning solution, FoodCorps has seen an 85% improvement in their budgeting efficiencies. In addition, they gained new insights, allowing management to make well-informed decisions, and were able to heighten their collaboration between finance and budget owners.
In the past, implementing a robust planning solution was a huge undertaking that took months, but that is no longer the case. GRF’s Accounting Technology Services team offers a swift and smooth process to help you select and adopt a planning solution that modernizes and enhances your organization’s planning function. If you work with our team to implement one of our preferred solutions (Martus, AppComputing, or Sage Intacct Planning), we are offering a rapid best-practice implementation that can get you live and using the solution in 30 days or less.*
To learn more about Sage Intacct Planning click here, and feel free to reach out to our team to discuss how to elevate your organization’s FP&A capabilities.
*Limited quantities of this offer are available. Provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Jim Norton, CPA
Principal, Accounting Technology Services
GRF CPAs & Advisors