If you’re looking to convince your organization that there is a need for FP&A software, it may seem like an uphill battle.
For many organizations, Excel is deeply embedded in the planning and budgeting process. Convincing your company to spend money on new software when there is, essentially, free software that is doing the job, might be a challenge.
The key to making a successful business case for financial planning and analysis software isn’t in showing the cost savings it can bring – at least not at first. There is a better path to building the case that is more likely to lead to a yes.
Download 'The FP&A Software Buyer's Guide' to learn how to build a solid business case for your financial software needs.