Mardi 29 Sep. 2015

New technologies and ‘big data’ software interrogation tools mean that numbers can be crunched and accurate scenarios run thanks to the rise of cheap ‘big computing’ power.

IFMA: Financial Planning & Analysis - Latest Trends

12:00

Evénement pour public anglophone

Two course lunch and presentation
New technologies and ‘big data’ software interrogation tools mean that numbers can be crunched  and accurate scenarios run thanks to the rise of cheap ‘big computing’ power.
Traditional methods of budgeting and planning are no longer fit for the purposes and challenges of  the 21st Century.
In order to deliver a competitive advantage to a company, the modern FP&A function needs to be quick, flexible and dynamic, to have a basis in sophisticated analytics, and be able to look at lifetime values for products and projects, while encouraging business partnering where possible.
As Charles Darwin famously said: “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent; it is the one that is most adaptable to change”. It is as well to bear this quote in mind when assessing your company's FP&A function.

Larysa Melnychuk will share with you her view on where FP&A/ Business Control function is heading in the era of Black Swans and Perfect Storms.

 

Conditions de participation

Registration by email to signup@ifma-net.ch by Tuesday, 22 September.
For further information, visit www.ifma-net.ch


Organisé par :

IFMA - International Financial Management Association

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Plan d'accès

Swissotel Metropole, Geneva