Harnessing the power of Salesforce integration in FP&A: key insights and strategies
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by Gina Roffo
4d ago
What is Salesforce integration in FP&A? Salesforce integration within FP&A is more than just a technical linkage; it's a strategic lever that opens up a world of possibilities for financial professionals ..read more
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Valuation demystified: The art and science of discounted cash flow
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by Sarah Frazier
1w ago
What is discounted cash flow? Simply put, discounted cash flow determines the attractiveness of an investment. It shows the net present value of future cash flows to assess the investment's worth today ..read more
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Cube lands a spot on G2’s 2024 Best Software Product Awards list for Accounting & Finance Products
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by Alyssa DiSabito
2w ago
This just in: Cube is one of G2’s Top 50 Accounting & Finance Products ..read more
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Boost the accuracy of investment analysis with the XIRR formula
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by Billy Russell
2w ago
What is XIRR? In investment analysis, one term that often surfaces amidst discussions of cash flow, returns, and financial forecasting is XIRR, or the Extended Internal Rate of Return. But what exactly is XIRR, and how does it stand apart from the traditional Internal Rate of Return (IRR) that many of us are accustomed to ..read more
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Navigating financial changes: the role of flux analysis for SMBs
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by Billy Russell
2w ago
Understanding flux analysis Flux analysis, in the world of financial management, is like having a high-powered microscope for your business's finances. It's all about diving deep into your financial statements to spot where the numbers have shifted significantly over a period—be it revenues, expenses, or assets. This method is especially handy for finance and FP&A leaders looking to pinpoint the 'why' behind these changes, ensuring that every variance is accounted for and understood ..read more
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Spotting trends: the power of horizontal analysis in finance
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by Billy Russell
2w ago
Understanding horizontal analysis Most financial metrics look at the current data in isolation. This can be useful if you’re comparing the numbers with industry averages or rules of thumb, but horizontal analysis is a far better way to gauge the success (or lack) of the strategic decisions being made in the company.  ..read more
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Vertical analysis: a deep dive into financial statement evaluation
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by Taylor Josephs
3w ago
Revisiting vertical analysis in financial statements Financial analysis can get pretty complex. As it gets more intricate, figuring out which data really matters—and what's just noise or not relevant to your company’s goals—can be tricky ..read more
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Effective cash flow analysis: top 7 tips for financial growth
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by Taylor Josephs
3w ago
What is cash flow analysis? Cash flow analysis reviews a company's inflow and outflow of cash, assessing its ability to maintain adequate cash for operations and growth ..read more
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Calculating revenue run rate: a metric to measure growth in SMBs
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by Billy Russell
1M ago
Understanding revenue run rate Revenue run rate is a financial metric that uses current revenue data to predict future financial performance. It's calculated by annualizing the revenue from a specific period—typically a month or a quarter—to estimate the total revenue if current business conditions continue for a full year. For example, if a company earned $50,000 in revenue in one month, the annual run rate would be $600,000 ..read more
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Optimizing operating cash flow: a practical guide for finance leaders
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by Billy Russell
1M ago
Understanding operating cash flow Operating cash flow is the cash that comes in (and goes out of) company accounts from their main business activities ..read more
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