Business Analytics

What If Modelling is a great feature of Clarity. The challenge for this is in the setup of the tool. Each cube is different. Each team has a different type of modeling they want to do. At a high level, what if modeling enables power users to copy a (scenario, year) combination into another (scenario, year) combination and apply assumptions to it. “What If” Revenue doubles? “What If” Expenses go down by 50%? “What If” salaries go up by 50%?  For companies wanting an optimistic and pessimistic version of their Forecast or Budget, What If analysis is a great fit. With the touch of a button, optimistic an pessimistic versions can be updated from the latest Forecast or Budget, with the same assumptions applied on top of those most recent numbers, providing a true comparison between these scenarios.

2017-03-22T18:39:21-04:00