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Stochastic budgeting – forecasting large uncertain sales projects

21 June 2012 — Today’s markets are increasingly sensitive, and analysts react strongly to even the slightest unexpected events in a company’s performance. The efficiency of markets to share, disseminate and analyze data is seen in the increased volatility that seems to affect companies even in the most stable industries. Sales budgeting and forecasting is an area where even basic improvements can yield a much deeper insight into the company’s situation and outlook.

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Financial performanceSales growthNew business building

From pricing theories to concrete analyses, decisions and actions

20 June 2012 — Everyone acknowledges that pricing is a key contributor for business results. However, pricing is much more than setting up a right price level. This article gives an overview on how pricing analytics should be done, what are the key decision points in a pricing model and what must be taken into account to ensure a successful implementation of a pricing model.

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Financial performance

Leveraging professional financial management practices to drive small and medium-sized company growth

5 April 2012 — Growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is crucial for the Finnish economy, but based on earlier research, there are only few companies who have actually grown to revenues of 200-500M€, and practically no companies have grown to above 1000M€ of revenue during the past 20 years. One of the reasons we have found is that the finance function of a normal SME does not support its growth journey well enough, leaving one important value creation lever under-utilized.

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Financial performanceNew business buildingProductivity improvement

Pushing innovation and cost effectiveness through Design-to-Cost

5 April 2012 — In industries such as automotive, IT and telecom the drive for continuous innovation while reducing costs have long been the norm. The same trend has spread to other areas as well, touching both products and services; customers want more, but they want it for less. There is an increased demand for simultaneous innovation and cost reduction

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