In this webinar we will take a look at two topics central in Cash Management – Cash Visibility and Cash Forecasting from a visualization point of view. How can cash and bank account visibility data be visualized in an understandable and simple yet inspiring way? How can Cash Forecast reporting be presented so it is understandable to both Treasury, the CFO and the local reporting entities? And how can cash forecasting accuracy be visualized in order to spot deviations and to spark continuous improvement in the forecasting process?
It’s a fact, in treasury we need to communicate insights we gather from cash forecasting with other stakeholders in a way that the data is easily understandable and actionable. Yet in treasury and finance we still use tools designed more than 20 years ago into which we manually plug the data.
This has far wider reaching consequences. For example in cash forecasting, many treasuries face the challenge of low engagement levels from local subsidiaries, the ones actually entering the data, and this leads to low data quality, which in the worst case results in inadequate liquidity planning.
Then there are tools that require consultants and developers that get the visualization set up but that also means that those cannot easily be modified.
You’ll experience first hand: