Virtual FP&A Roundtable Series | Predictive Analytics Hype vs. Reality

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In a recent survey, 82% of CFOs reported that they expect to spend more time on advanced analytics, yet 78% of those same CFOs expressed hesitation to get started. While some companies are aggressively adopting artificial intelligence for better strategy management & performance reporting, others continue to await technology to mature and expertise to become more widely available. But the truth is that there’s no better time to pursue predictive analytics (PA) in finance.

Join author, thought leader, and FP&A consultant Brian Kalish and eCapital Advisors Partner Lisa David for a dynamic online discussion with other finance leaders on leveraging PA using the robust cloud-based technologies available today.

The eCapital Virtual FP&A Roundtable Series is a unique online event that brings together finance leaders for thoughtful discussions and industry anecdotes that derive insights to take back to your organization.

During the moderated discussions, we’ll talk about:

  • Why you shouldn’t wait to pursue PA
  • PA innovation trends guiding the best organizations
  • Capabilities and hindsight required for PA success
  • Transitioning to PA for improved business performance

Moderated by:

Lisa David

Lisa David, Partner, eCapital Advisors

At eCapital Advisors, Lisa’s role and passion are connecting business expertise and data analytics to drive solutions to dramatically improve the information on which executives make decisions. Lisa and the eCapital team works with clients to go to many layers below the surface to understand them, their business model, and their goals. Crafting a cutting-edge solution road map that applies data to create a new business model and generate tangible insights and outcomes.

Brian Kalish

Brian Kalish, Principal, Kalish Consulting

Brian is passionately committed to building and connecting the global FP&A community.  He has over 25 years of experience in Finance, FP&A, Treasury and Investor Relations. He has held several treasury and finance positions with AFP, the FHLB, Washington Mutual/JP Morgan, NRUCFC, Fifth Third and Fannie Mae.

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