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Getting started with predictive analytics for finance
26 June 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
The challenges for finance professionals in the fast-shifting era of big data, predictive analytics, machine learning and AI are many. But what does all of this actually mean in real terms to the office of finance? And how do you ensure your business is keeping up? Join us to learn how emerging new technologies such as predictive analytics has the potential to fundamentally change how businesses forecast, plan, and budget their finances.
In this webinar we set out to demystify the innovations in the next generation of forecasting, budgeting and planning and explain the practical steps you can take to bring predictive analytics to your processes.
Join Adaptive Insights to learn:
- Definitions, differences and clarifications of the emerging analytical terminologies and how they apply to finance.
- Practical advice and examples of how you could benefit from them.
- An understanding of how you can transform the finance function to deliver more value across your organisation.
Rob Douglas, VP UK & Ireland, Adaptive Insights
Rob Douglas has been helping companies get more value from their data since 1992, working at various technology companies and helping finance departments get the most from their systems & data. Rob has personally helped deliver 40+ budgeting & analytics solutions and worked with companies across all verticals.
Jarlath Quinn, Pre-Sales Director, Smart Vision Europe
Jarlath Quinn A veteran of the Predictive Analytics industry, Jarlath has worked for SAS, IBM and SPSS delivering predictive analytics solutions for major telecommunications, financial services, utilities, retail and government organisations.
Adam Rakich, Senior Solution Specialist, Adaptive Insights
Adam Rakich is a Senior Solution Specialist at Adaptive Insights, introducing customers to the benefits of the Adaptive Business Planning Cloud. Adam has been working in the SaaS and CPM space for nearly 10 years, working across a variety of sectors and with customers throughout Europe and the Middle East.