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    Domino’s Pizza Netherlands streamlines the planning process with Oracle Cloud

    June 25th, 2019

    In 2016, at Domino’s Pizza Netherlands, the use of Excel was reaching its limit. The consolidation of the budget and forecast took over a day to perform. The budgeting and forecasting processes were also not fully aligned across the entities with numerous exceptions.

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    Holmgrens Bil adopts Oracle Cloud for reliable budgeting and forecasting

    June 19th, 2019

    Holmgrens Bil, one of Sweden’s largest car dealerships, suffered from lack of a complete planning and budgeting process, with a high amount of manual work and data prone to human error. They wanted to start working with a continuous planning process which can enable better insight on a regular basis. Ideally, this would be performed via a fully digital tool where all data is collected and integrated in one place.

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    Ikano Bank optimises its budgeting and forecasting with Oracle Cloud

    May 17th, 2019

    In 2018, after a recommendation by Oracle, Ikano Bank approached inlumi with the request to automate their budgeting and forecasting process and simplify the usage. Their ambition was to enable faster decision-making and decrease time-to-market with improved data quality, while improving the lives of finance staff.

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    SBAB Modernises Budgeting and Planning with Oracle Cloud

    April 1st, 2019

    SBAB Bank, a Swedish bank focused on mortgage lending and borrowing, was experiencing limitations in their existing EPM solution. After working for several years with Oracle Planning and Budgeting on-premise, they started looking into a more cost-effective Cloud-based way to deliver the same service to the organisation but also to provide more interactive and self-service reporting analytical tools. 

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    Six mandatory steps for implementing a planning software solution

    January 24th, 2019 | Martin Lundbye

    Will the software solution solve my planning issues?

    In recent years, we have experienced many new software solutions for planning, budgeting and forecasting (PBF). Companies have acquired and implemented new software solutions with the anticipation that their PBF issues disappear like snow in the sun.

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    Stuck in Excel hell?

    January 9th, 2019 | Nathan Goodearl

    As a Financial Controller, you might love Excel. But simply using spreadsheets for the creation of your budget or forecast has significant consequences.

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