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2 min Demo: Cash Flow Planning


Learn how the CCH Tagetik can extend your planning process beyond standard P&L; Planning to account for proper projected Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Planning. Through simple and easy clicks, users can transform their budget expenses in projected working capital first and evaluate the impact on cash flows, both direct and indirect, in a matter of seconds.


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As part of CCH Tagetik's planning capabilities, while users plan for their P&L; monthly budget, CCH Tagetik will automatically translate it into projected balance sheet and right away show the impact on projected cash flow.

Now, let's take a look.

Whether it's on the expense or the revenue side, as for this example, however you arrive at your P&L; level projections, leveraging driver based modeling or simply price times quantity calculation, just choose what portion of your revenues you want to focus on, whether it's all or a particular product, customer, or vendor how would you choose to break out your revenues and with a single click I can access the CCH Tagetik's built-in cash flow planning engine, where my P&L; line for this particular product, is represented with the dotted line.

Now, all I have to do is choose my billing and credit terms from the drop-down menu, which could be by a monthly or perhaps quarterly billing and for my days sales outstanding, I will choose not 40 but 60 days.

Now, as soon as I save these assumptions, I can have CCH Tagetik model out exactly when my account receivables are going to be hit, helping me project my working capital and when, 60 days later, I'm actually going to get my cash in.

Of course besides the graphical representation, I can also take a look at the tabular view, where I see the monthly values for my P&L; line, my balance sheet impact, as well as my cash flow impact.

Of course to make sure that perfect balance between my P&L;, my projected balance sheet and projected cash flow, CCH Tagetik uses double-entry accounting logic and you can always view all that accounting entries that the system performs automatically as part of CCH Tagetik's built-in financial logic.

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