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Sage Intacct Budgeting & Planning vs Spreadsheets

With the unprecedented impacts of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s important to use budget vs. actuals to identify potential revenue or expense issues and to create “what-if” budgeting scenarios on how to respond. If you’re like most small to mid-size companies, you’re doing this in spreadsheets, which is often highly inefficient and takes time away from critical analysis.

Register now for the upcoming webinar event:

Budgets to Actuals Showdown: Sage Intacct Budgeting and Planning vs Spreadsheets

WHEN: Friday, May 8, 2020 

TIME: 9:00 AM PST / 12:00 PM EST

See why Sage Intacct Budgeting and Planning is an alternative to budgeting in spreadsheets that can help support your organizations’ increased monitoring.

Join us as we cover:

  • Budgeting and planning best practices
  • Technology considerations
  • A Sage Intacct Budgeting and Planning vs Spreadsheets demo

Customer success story

One of our goals with Sage Intacct Budgeting and Planning was to have a more dynamic budget process. At a recent exec meeting our VP of Operations was able to run a number of different scenarios—all with minimal training. Making on-the-fly adjustments, the execs were able to see the impact of the changes immediately to support their decisions. As a service company, our biggest expenses are people. I used to model our direct wage and overhead in elaborate Excel spreadsheets. I get the same result with Sage Intacct budgeting and planning, but it’s so much easier. I don’t have to update multiple spreadsheets and copy and paste data between them. I just change a couple of settings, and I’m done! And now personnel changes that took a few minutes each before can be done in seconds.
Natalie Bonczek
Controller
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