Are you battling your way through another budget cycle? 
Is automating your budgeting and forecasting process a priority?
How do you build a business case to drive innovation and improvement? 

Join our webinar to learn how to start a journey of transformation for your budgeting and forecasting process.

Key Takeaways:

• How automating the budgeting cycle can save your organisation time and money.
• Achieve agile decision-making through the rapid exchange of information, business intelligence, and improved data visibility.

• How to cost and plan for your technology investment.
• Earning the support of internal stakeholders.
• Overcoming common objections.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is intended for Australian businesses across all sectors, but specifically for: 

CFOs, COOs, CIOs     |     Finance Managers     |     Managing Directors     |     Budget Owners / Managers

Join Rebecca Gatehouse and Dennis Dalla Costa for a 45-minute discussion of how technology can improve your budgeting and forecasting process, as well as how to go about building the business case for tech investment.

Rebecca Gatehouse

Rebecca Gatehouse

Business Development Manager
Rebecca is dedicated to helping organisations improve via the application of technology. With an understanding of their organisation, roadmap of improvements, and target business outcomes, Rebecca advises on best approach and technologies that will deliver outcomes. Rebecca has over 12 years of experience working with customers to find, and get the most out of, the best technology to support their business.

Dennis Dalla Costa

Dennis Dalla Costa

Business Development Manager
Dennis joined Professional Advantage as Business Development Manager in 1999 and has seen major changes in both technology and vendors within the sector over the past 18 years. He has consulted within a large number of mid-market enterprises, helping them enhance their business processes via technology and advising on how best to deploy various technologies to enable enterprises to become ‘high performing’.

Prior to Professional Advantage he worked as a Finance Manager in a large multinational, after commencing his working life within the Australian Taxation Office.

Technology alone does not make for a successful innovation project. When people, processes and technology work in harmony, the chances of achieving the desired project outcome are much higher. In this webinar we discuss some of the important factors to consider when preparing a business case for budgeting and forecasting innovation.