The Financial Executive Consulting Group - the world’s largest group of its type in world - & Cashforce, the creator of the "next generation" Cash Forecasting & Treasury Management platform, invite you to participate in their latest survey about cash forecasting and working capital management.
For companies about to embark on their 2019 planning process participation in this survey will allow you to understand how treasury and financial planning functions view the challenges ahead.
Avoid “unpleasant financial surprises”
In an era of rising interest rates and other rapidly changing economic factors (e.g. tax regimes, trade flows, Brexit, actions of competitors, etc.) even the most well-crafted plans are subject to change and a "best" forecast can help avoid unpleasant financial surprises.
After all, the future is inherently uncertain. An ability to achieve "clarity" about future results (more profits, "enough" liquidity, not "too much" risk) places a premium on a team effort across all financial and business units so all available resources (staff, technology, etc.) are used effectively.
- The 15-minute survey consists of 21 questions about your current and future cash forecasting & working capital management processes.
- To participate in the survey please click on the link below:
Please complete the survey by October 29th so full results can be made available to all participants as soon as possible in early November.
Initial findings will be shared during an October 31, 11AM EDT webinar. Please look out for invitation details coming to you soon.
CTMfile take: You’ve got SIX DAYS to complete this survey to get an insight into how your company compares with other companies’ cash flow forecasting and working capital management practices.
Cashflow forecasting: new opportunities for significant improvement
How Integrated Business Planning can overcome fragmented planning, budgeting, and forecasting processes to achieve highly accurate forecasts, and dramatically reduce time and cost
Cash flow forecasting – more than just safeguarding liquidity
Don't avoid having a cash forecast - it's easier than you think and will provide you with an array of insightful data
Cash flow forecasting: Looking for Weak Signals
Forecasting the future is a tough act, but there are strategies and signals available that create a useful framework. John Parkinson at CFO explains