When it comes to sales, just about every company has its secret sauce: that niche where you’ve experienced great success. Make the most of yours.
Sales Ops success: Make the most of your secret sauce

When it comes to sales, just about every company has what I like to call its secret sauce. It’s that niche where you’ve experienced great sales success—and have a long runway for continued growth and additional market share. It’s that part of your business where you’re in the zone. Most… [READ MORE]

A future where everybody wins

It’s been just over two months since Adaptive Insights became a Workday company. We couldn’t be more excited to be part of the Workday family. We’re especially excited about the road ahead for us and how this combination makes us even stronger. For our more than 4,000 customers, this is… [READ MORE]

How FP&A Process Improvement Can Unlock Nonprofit Transformation

People. Product. Process. Nonprofit leaders know that you need all three in place to really drive success on a worthwhile initiative. Yet when it comes to nonprofits’ finance departments, many teams are saddled with out-of-date and cumbersome processes. FP&A professionals at nonprofit organizations are tasked with juggling multiple funding sources… [READ MORE]

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Workforce planning for a modern world

We all know that the pace of change in business is accelerating. And the place you are likely to feel it today is in the workforce. Few areas of business are undergoing such tectonic changes. The growing use of contingent workers is increasing the pressure on HR and the business… [READ MORE]

Profitability analysis can actually drive decision-making and move the needle on future profits by answering key questions. Read Adaptive Insights’ tips to improve your profitability analysis.
How to improve profitability analysis

No number exists in a vacuum. Looking at revenue without also considering expenses won’t tell you much. You don’t see the profit level subtracting the “middle line” from the “to line” to calculate the all-important “bottom line.” Counting customers without also tracking attrition is a wasted exercise. And that need… [READ MORE]