Uncover the 10 best practices for rolling forecasts, how to gain better business agility, and how you can be a more proactive Finance collaborator.
Any strategy relies on assumptions. And assumptions come from a forecast. “How many orders in the next twelve months?”, “How will changes in this line item affect the results in that one?”, “What will things look like in a quarter? Two quarters? A year?” And so on.
The best route to precise forecasting is, hands down, the rolling forecast. This white paper discusses the ten best practices for creating a strong rolling forecast, including how to construct it, how to connect it with both strategy and operations, and how to use it as a powerful planning and management tool.