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Budgeting, Forecasting, Reporting, and Analytics in the Cloud – Webinar

Budgeting, Forecasting, Reporting, and Analytics in the Cloud – Webinar

Host Analytics WebinarAre your budgeting and forecasting processes working for you? Are your Excel-based approaches become a pain to manage? Are you able to analyze your key business metrics regularly? Do you spend more time compiling financial information than analyzing it?

If you answered to any above the questions, please join us Tuesday, December 10 at 1:00 ET for our webinar, “Budgeting, Forecasting, Reporting, and Analytics in the Cloud”.

Brittenford Systems along with panelist, Ian Halifax, CFO of Host Analytics, will share how Host Analytics, the enterprise performance management (EPM) industry’s only complete EPM application suite for finance and accounting in the cloud, can help you move beyond spreadsheets and provide budgeting, forecasting, analytics, and reporting, while integrating with your ERP system.

If you are spending more time compiling financial information than analyzing it, it’s time to move beyond spreadsheets.” states Shereen Mahoney, CEO of Brittenford Systems. “Host Analytics is designed for finance and accounting professionals to improve financial consolidation, disclosure management, and more.”

To download the FREE webcast presentation, click here: Budgeting, Forecasting, Reporting, and Analytics in the Cloud.

About Ian Halifax

Ian Halifax - Host AnalyticsIan Halifax is the CFO of Host Analytics. Ian has over 25 years of finance and operational experience at high-growth technology companies, consistently helping companies achieve scale, market leadership, and profitability. Most recently, Ian was CFO at Grass Valley, a leading privately-held provider of technology solutions for broadcast media companies. Prior to that, he spent four years as CFO at Wind River Systems, a publicly-traded company providing embedded operating systems software provider, driving significant increases in revenue and profitability prior to its sale to Intel. He was also CFO at Micromuse, a publicly-traded provider of network management software, where he led the turnaround of the company prior to its acquisition by IBM. As CFO at Macrovision, he helped the company grow from less than $50M in revenues in 1999 to over $200M in revenues in 2004. Educated in the United Kingdom, he holds a BA from the University of York and an MBA from Henley Management College. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Management Accountant.

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