Financial Planning & Analysis Overview
Using a blend of intelligent automation to provide real-time data and automated processes for compliance, Exela’s Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) solution reduces manual processes, costly expenses, and revenue generation pressures. Our solution leverages historical financial data to extrapolate future sales and earnings, providing insightful predictions and analytics that directly influence business strategy and direction.
With decades of expertise in the financial space, our solution provides invaluable information and helps businesses anticipate future outcomes. Our application of automation enhances operational effectiveness, provides timely reports and analytics, and enables companies to make data-based decisions more quickly.
Plan for Future Scenarios
Our FP&A analysts map out best-case, expected, and worst-case scenarios, then identify steps to take in response to different outcomes, better preparing a business for the future. These projections can also help plan capital expenses and other investments.
Increase Visibility Into Key Financial Aspects
Our FP&A team creates profit and loss (P&L) statements, board reports, and management reports which track budget vs. actual spend by department, and statements of cash flow. This creates in-depth visibility with respect to key financial aspects of the ongoing business and helps determine the key drivers for the net profit and earnings.
Discover The Information You Want
Our FP&A team can perform ad hoc reporting and modeling to promptly uncover specific information, along with actionable recommendations to senior management. With data reports presented as needed, companies can make decisions and adjust their strategy quickly.
Determine How To Best Spend In Order To Save
Analysts parse through financial reports to determine how best to allocate spending, optimizing the savings cost for the company. Analysts will also create financial models that account for trends within the business and in the broader industry and economy that may affect revenue and profit. This forecasting helps companies predict what may be ahead and where to allocate resources.