'For many companies, the business planning process is broken,' said Mike Hartley, chief operating officer for Adaytum Software. 'Too often, it's a centralised, annual exercise that requires literally hundreds of thousands of man-hours and that limits time for analysis. As a result, many plans are inflexible and inaccurate - often out of date the day they're published.'
'With Adaytum e.Planning, we are reshaping the business planning paradigm to reconcile bottom-up and top-down business planning, involve hundreds or thousands of stakeholders, and integrate a single business-wide system for planning, reporting, and measurement based on common data and models.'
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