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Integrated Business Planning in a Changing World: Strategies for CFOs and FP&A Teams 

About this event

The global business environment is more uncertain than ever, with ongoing political, economic, and social disruptions impacting organisations across industries. For CFOs and FP&A teams, this means that traditional financial planning processes may no longer be sufficient to effectively manage risks, optimise resource allocation, and drive business performance. To remain competitive, organisations must adapt quickly to changing market conditions and make data-driven decisions in real time.

CFOs and FP&A teams have two options to navigate uncertain times: traditional FP&A tools or integrated business planning (IBP). Traditional FP&A typically involves creating separate financial plans, operational plans, and strategic plans, often with little collaboration between departments. In contrast, IBP connects finance, sales, HR, operations, and supply chain, integrating all the data that matters from across the organisation. This helps eliminate traditional barriers, bridge performance management gaps, and adds richer context to the numbers

Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the benefits of IBP and how technology can help your organisation build greater resilience, agility, and competitiveness in the face of global changes.

Join this exclusive Jedox and The CFO webinar, as we:

  • Talk to finance leaders about how technology can help CFOs and FP&A teams build greater resilience and agility in the face of global changes
  • Discuss the differences between traditional FP&A and IBP
  • Share best practices for leveraging technology within your organisation, including strategies for gaining buy-in from key stakeholders and overcoming common challenges



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    Mark Moss Senior Sales Executive @ Jedox

    Mark has 25 years’ experience, initially as an accountant (AACA) starting as an auditor including clients like English National Opera and Madam Tussauds through to management accountant roles with Schlumberger Oil (SLB) and Shell. After working on an implementation of a new ERP solution, he saw the value that came from technology to streamline the access and use of data and for the last 15 years have been specialising in FP&A and supporting businesses derive the value that comes from using an adaptable and effective solution like Jedox for efficient access to their data for analysis and supporting the ever growing complexity of their FP&A requirements.

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    Anders Liu-Lindberg Co-founder & Partner @ Business Partnering Institute

    Anders Liu-Lindberg is the co-founder and a partner at the Business Partnering Institute. He has thirteen years of experience working with planning and forecasting at the global transport and logistics company Maersk. He is the co-author of the book “Create Value as a Finance Business Partner” and a long-time Finance Blogger on LinkedIn with 150,000+ followers and 210,000+ subscribers to his blog. He is also an advisory board member at Born Capital where he helps identify and grow the next big thing in #CFOTech. Lastly, he serves on the board of directors at Profitability Analytics Center of Excellence where he helps broaden the latest perspective on profitability analytics to finance and accounting professionals worldwide.

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    Bobby Lane CEO @ Factotum Group LLP

    Bobby is a chartered accountant with over 28 years’ experience in professional practice and as a CFO and has extensive experience in Financial Planning and Analysis for multiple global businesses. An experienced keynote speaker, panellist and expert on all issues facing growing businesses, Bobby is a regular media contributor, a judge for the Drapers Independents Awards and the Women in Accountancy and Finance Awards, and a SAGE Global Business Influencer. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a registered ICAEW Business and Finance Professional.

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