Whether just starting out in business, already established and wanting to grow or simply just wanting to ensure healthy cash flow in the future, it is important to plan for success.
The ability to forecast accurately is a key when planning for growth and success. Having an accurate financial plan not only allows a business to successfully manage the future, it also allows them to manage the present with confidence.
The financial health of our mutual customers is important to us. A successful and growing company will offer a far greater lifetime value than one that has an uncertain future and is struggling financially.
What is Sage Forecasting?
Sage Forecasting produces extremely detailed and accurate financial forecasts quickly by easily using its advanced featured and functionality.
It can be easily adapted to suit the needs of your customers and provided accurate, up-to-the-minute financial information to help your customers make the right decisions for their future. It is an essential management tool that plays a vital part in planning and managing the successful growth of your customers business.
Create accurate reports with figures you can trust
No more setting up your own complex and inaccurate spreadsheets, simply use our pre-installed formulae.
Save hours creating professional reports
Because data can be taken directly from your Sage Accounts or Microsoft® Excel, you'll save yourself hours of data re-entry. You'll also enjoy the flexibility of entering your own data if you choose.
Make the most of exciting new business opportunities
By experimenting with business scenarios you'll be given a risk-free view of the potential impact on your business, which will allow you to make the most of any new business opportunities that come along.
Predict and monitor your cash flow
By forecasting your cash flow, you can quickly and easily predict your future financial status. This then allows you to capitalise on the situation or take preventative action well in advance.
See the impact of potential business decisions
You can experiment with different 'What if?' scenarios, without affecting your base data. So you can see how things like price rises, new ventures and expansion will impact on your business