Roughly 70% of companies use spreadsheets as their primary platform for budgeting. Many companies are no longer satisfied with spreadsheets. Enter "Budgeting Software"
Budgeting Software Defined:
Software designed to streamline the budget process and reduce errors inherent in spreadsheet modeling.
Do I Want It?
The question is not why do "you" want it. The question is will your company benefit by introducing a new budgeting software solution. To find out, simply click below:
2-Minute Budgeting-Software Readiness Survey
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The simplest way to initially understand the budgeting software market is to break the market into 3 groups**
Group 1: I want to spend less than $10,000 on the total project
Group 2: I want good software and a quick set-up, but want to keep costs down
Group 3: I am willing to wait a year before the budgeting model is implemented and price is not an issue
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