Webinar: FP&A Analytics Transformation
For quite some time CFOs and the finance community have been talking about transforming the finance function, becoming better business partners and focusing on the value-add, strategic activities.
At the core of that transformation is FP&A, as activities like business planning, business unit strategy, investment allocation and predictive analytics become important to fulfil finance’s new, expanded position within the company.
But to do that, FP&A itself must transform and change from its traditional flux analysis and flash reports to a much more modern and cutting edge department within the company. When starting to embark on your own FP&A Transformation journey, there are a couple of principles you need to keep in mind.
This global webinar will share insights of the International FP&A Board on FP&A Advanced Analytics and FP&A Analytics Maturity Model. Thomas Lundell, Director of FP&A and Business Control (EMEA) at NetApp will share his experience on FP&A Transformation.
Date: Wednesday, 7 June 2017
United Kingdom - 6 pm
Continental Europe - 7 pm
UAE - 10 pm
US (East) -1 pm
US (West) -10 am
Subject: FP&A Transformation: Becoming Agile, Adaptable and Predictive
- Advanced Analytics for FP&A
- FP&A Analytics Maturity Model
- "FP&A Transformation: Becoming Agile, Adaptable and Predictive". Presentation by Thomas Lundell, Director of FP&A and Business Control (EMEA) at NetApp
- Conclusions and recommendations
- Thomas Lundell, Finance Director, Channel Sales and FP&A NetApp (Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
- Larysa Melnychuk, CEO and Founder at The FP&A Trends Group and International FP&A Board
- Ernie Humphrey, CEO & Founder at 360 Thought Leadership
Thomas Lundell is Finance Director of Channel Sales and FP&A for NetApp EMEA. In this dual role, he is primarily responsible for the FP&A department, which owns business planning, performance monitoring, financial analysis and investment allocation for the $1.8bn (FY16) EMEA Business Unit. Additionally, Thomas is also in charge of the Channel Finance team, which is accountable for channel investments allocation process, channel program and rebate processes, and managing commercial aspects of channel engagements with business executives.
Before joining NetApp, Thomas held finance positions at Unilever and Electrolux, and has a strong track record in building international teams, managing growth and building scalable finance and business processes.
Thomas holds a bachelor degree in Corporate Finance from Örebro University, Sweden, and MBA from University of Montana, USA.