Read our latest eBook to discover how businesses can plan ahead, even with the unreliable data from the pandemic.

Due to the economic effects of the pandemic, there’s more pressure than ever on those responsible for financial planning to help businesses weather the current and future storms.

It’s important to have detailed data to do this, but finding that data isn’t always easy. Especially when things can change so quickly. There’s an increased need for businesses to be agile when looking ahead.

How will this affect businesses going forwards? And what can they do to protect themselves in the short and long term?

In this eBook, we’ll look at the impact the last two years has had on financial planning and analysis. And what the future could look like as a result.

Why not download your copy today which covers:

  • Why assuming businesses can pick up where they left off in early 2020 is a bad idea
  • How the process of financial planning and analysis has changed, and will continue to change
  • Ways Covid-19 will influence business planning for months – and years – to come
  • How to handle the unprecedented changes happening right now

Financial planning and analysis in a post-pandemic world

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Simon Bradshaw

I have worked in finance and business systems development since 2001 and am an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. In 2016 I became a founding member of Spitfire Analytics, a consultancy specialising in IBM Planning Analytics. We are committed to building long-term relationships across all industries. I focus on my CPD through CIMA and IBM badges, ensuring I am always abreast of best practice and developments within the industry.


Working with Spitfire Analytics has resulted in the Finance Team becoming an integral part of the business. We are now able to provide analysis and strategic advice on the future direction of the business, rather than spending our time poring over endless spreadsheets.

- Lee Boyle, Finance Director (Engineering), NG Bailey

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