"I want our CEO to say: 'if you want an answer, that’s the team [FP&A] you go to—they’re fast, they’re adaptable, and they understand the business.'"
–Managing Director of Finance, FedEx
The growing influence and value of the FP&A function should come as no surprise to CFOs and the key strategic business partners that benefit from FP&A's insights, long-range vision at the intersection of strategy and analysis, and the ability to drive best-in-class finance practices.
Whether during periods of economic growth, or contraction, finance executives are charged with the same set of directives: to increase revenue, decrease costs, and optimize company performance, all the while increasing investor value in high volatility equity markets. These challenges are no small feats, but ones that FP&A is uniquely positioned to address.
Join us this May 23–25, 2016 to learn how to elevate FP&A from its traditional role as a reporting, and budgeting, function to a strategic, forward-facing, and mission critical arm of any organization—help your business leaders cut costs, without cutting corners.