IMA Webinar

Budgeting and Forecasting for the Middle-Market:
Size No Longer Matters

This webinar was aired live on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET

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Event Description

Advances in technology, and the associated economics, in conjunction with emerging techniques in the realm of budgeting and planning have opened the door for companies of all sizes to move away from a static and non-strategic budget to a budgeting process that drives dynamic forecasting and planning. How do companies align budgeting with forecasting and strategic planning? What factors are driving middle and even small market companies to reassess how they leverage budgeting and forecasting to drive business results? How are companies who once considered themselves too small to be on the forefront of budgeting and planning best practices achieving best-in-class results?

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Learning Objectives

After this webinar, attendees will be able to:

1. Understand how Effective Budgeting can drive improved strategic planning
2. Evaluate current and emerging technology and techniques in the arena of budgeting and planning
3. Identify the value proposition of improved budgeting and planning for your company
4. Explain how middle market and smaller companies are able to drive best-in-class budgeting and planning processes


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