8 Benefits Of Revenue Forecasting

Planning for the future of your business, whether it be for the immediate future or for the years to come, is always important. In times […]

Revenue Realization vs Revenue Recognition Explained For SaaS Businesses

Are you fully realizing all of your sales deals on your income statement? Revenue realization and revenue recognition are two different events that impact your […]

Sales Forecasting vs Billing Forecasting vs Revenue Forecasting

When it comes to making financial projections, it can be difficult to distinguish between sales forecasting, billing forecasting, and revenue forecasting.

How Can FP&A Bridge The Gap With Sales?

How can FP&A bridge the gap with Sales? There are several ways in which Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) can close the distance and work cohesively.

Gearing Up For Business Success With Revenue Operations (RevOps)

Revenue Operations, or RevOps, is a combination of sales, marketing, and customer success. It creates an environment for predictable revenue forecasting.

Sales vs. Revenue Forecasting: What is the Difference and Why It Matters

Sales forecasting and revenue forecasting metrics can help SaaS companies determine their monthly recurring revenue (MRR), annual recurring revenue, and future financial health. Your bookings […]

Run Rate Revenue & Why It Is Important For Your Business

Accountants and CFOs have many different types of financial statements and projection methods to use for sales forecasting. Choosing the best in a given situation […]

Budget vs. Actual: How Understanding Budget Variances Can Help Your Business Grow

Individuals and business owners alike set budgets to keep their spending under control and to manage their finances better.  CFOs and others who work with […]

Sales Forecasting Examples For Each Method of Forecasting Sales

Accurate sales forecasting can lead to better supply chain management, steady cash flow, increased sales growth, and higher total sales. When you create accurate sales […]

What Is Demand Planning & Why It Matters?

Demand planning helps a company better reduce operational costs, meet its financial goals, plan for growth, perform effective inventory management, and maintain high customer service […]