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Financial Planning & Analysis


To succeed in an ever-changing marketplace, companies must integrate their day-to-day financial operations with their long-term strategic plans. Armanino can help you drive this critical collaboration for financial planning and analysis (FP&A) and enable you to focus more on strategic business leadership.

We understand the demands on your team. Armanino provided SOX compliance and IPO readiness guidance, budget and planning process re-engineering, technology tools and a wide array of tax consulting services to roughly 50% of the Silicon Valley companies that filed for an IPO or went public in 2013. Our experts can hit the ground running to help you meet deadlines like the month-end close and board meeting presentations.

Our team of former CFOs, controllers and FP&A managers advise companies on budgeting, forecasting and planning best practices. We provide clients with guidance on chart of account (COA) organizational structures, process re-engineering and streamlining, and technical accounting.

When you work with us to improve your FP&A processes, we never start with your Excel budget model. Instead, our specialists take the time to really examine the key drivers of your business and build a budget model for them. We help you clearly define processes to increase user adoption and collaboration across business units.

Armanino understands budgeting, analytics, reporting, data security and the many other issues CFOs face. You can rely on our certified development and implementation team to customize a cost-effective FP&A solution that helps your company gain a strategic advantage.


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