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Automated Strategic Finance for Business Performance

Automate your BvA reporting, approve and control budget changes, build scenarios, and share reports with 1-click

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Model all of your business data from a single place

Abacum's integrations are designed for true peace of mind, making sure your metrics are always both automated and accurate. With Abacum, you can integrate all your business systems to automatically visualize your financial, operational, and workforce metrics in a single dashboard. With flawless functionality and native support for data consolidations or multiple entities, your data integrity is always guaranteed, even for your most complex dashboarding needs. Abacum replaces your data copy-paste and empowers you with real-time, self-serve dashboards, enabling you to be independent of limited IT or BI resources. 

”With Abacum, I have all the tools I need to answer the questions that would go unexplored before. I can understand the trends, write my analysis, build my graphs, and inform our leadership team with recomendations”

Pieter Hugo

Revenue Manager

Focus on the big picture with unparalleled visibility

Transform your static dashboards into dynamic and real-time business insights. From the big picture to the smallest detail, you can drill down to your source transactions for instant reporting granularity, and unparalleled visibility into every journal or data entry. Abacum turns your data into insights by enabling you to slice and dice your KPIs, helping you uncover the "why" behind the "what" for any business metric or performance trend. Understanding what really moves the needle through multi-dimensional visibility has never been this simple.

”With Abacum, we integrated our ERP, CRM and data-warehouse. Giving us a real-time overview into our performance, without the manual tasks of aggregating all that data”

Xavier Castellana


Easily compare financial plans and actuals

Financial dashboards in spreadsheets or BI solutions can be hard to understand, and often only limited to historical information. With Abacum, you are immediately able to build and visualize intuitive dashboards that combine your historical and forecasted business performance. Abacum lets you analyze your ARR, sales pipeline, departmental OPEX, or financial ratios in a matter of clicks. Making sure you can instantly see budget vs. actuals, your rolling forecast, and any downstream effect of your KPI performance. It has never been so fast and seamless to compare and share your BvA on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis. Start spending less time preparing and building reports, and more time discussing the way forward.

”With Abacum, I have all the tools I need to answer the questions that would go unexplored before. I can understand the trends, write my analysis, build my graphs, and inform our leadership team with recomendations”

Pieter Hugo

Revenue Manager

Focus the discussion on results with real-time performance

Abacum's dashboarding capabilities allow you to establish accountability for driving performance throughout your organization. You can tailor the content, metrics, and reporting layout of all your dashboards with ease, as well as create, customize, filter, clone, and share your dashboards to key stakeholders with just one click. This ensures that decisions are made based on up-to-date data throughout the month rather than waiting until data is two weeks old. Additionally, Abacum's precise user permissions enable you to manage who has access to each of your business's dashboards and when they can access them, giving you peace of mind.

”With Abacum, we stopped budgeting by emailing spreadsheets. Our 30+ Budget Owners became collaborators, understood their performance, and gave us the visibility to plan with clarity”

Maria Lapucci

Senior FP&A Analyst

Forecast and manage your sales

Forecasting your company’s future performance doesn't have to be a tedious task. With the help of financial modeling software, you can make precise financial predictions based on historical performance and current trends. Your team will be able to forecast and manage sales more accurately than ever before by adopting cutting-edge technologies. Advanced software will provide you with valuable information and a greater understanding of how changes in the market will impact your company in real-time. Abacum will serve as your greatest ally, enabling you to measure success against KPIs and making sure your business is always on top of its game.

”With Abacum, I have all the tools I need to answer the questions that would go unexplored before. I can understand the trends, write my analysis, build my graphs, and inform our leadership team with recomendations”

Pieter Hugo

Revenue Manager

Connect all your data sources in a single platform

Get a comprehensive understanding of your operational performance by consolidating all your business data into one reliable source.

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Data granularity at a dimensional level

Improve decision-making with actionable insights derived from detailed data analysis

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Collaborate with your team smoothly using a user-friendly platform

Grow your business with automated financial dashboards

Eliminate the hassle of managing spreadsheets and give your finance team the power to enhance their productivity with Abacum. Its intuitive interface and visualization capabilities foster collaboration across departments, enabling stakeholders to engage with ease. With Abacum's financial dashboard software, you can unlock your finance team's full potential by combining financial and operational KPIs, automating custom reporting dashboards, gaining in-depth insights into your business operations, and aligning your strategies with your company's goals.

What makes Abacum unique?

Our vision is to make every Finance team a hero in their organization.

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Still have questions? We’ve got answers.

How can you bring your DCF model into Abacum from Excel?

A Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) model is a valuation method used to estimate the value of an investment by projecting its future cash flows and then discounting them back to their present value. This is a powerful method that takes into account both the timing and size of future cash flows, making it an effective way to analyze investments.

If you have been using Excel to create your DCF model and want to move it to a financial modeling software like Abacum, you are in luck. Abacum is a cloud-based business planning platform that allows you to quickly and easily import your existing Excel-based DCF model, while adjusting and improving it natively. Simply upload your Excel file as a CSV, and Abacum will automatically convert it into an interactive web-based model. With just a few clicks, Abacum will generate visuals, such as graphs and charts, to help you better analyze your business’s insights and move from data to execution faster.

What are the benefits of using financial modeling software?

Financial modeling software offers precise and current information about a company's financial position in real-time, enabling firms and investors to make well-informed decisions in a fraction of the time.

You may integrate financial modeling solutions to eliminate time-consuming processes, generate reports that can be used for financial planning, automate operations that would otherwise be done manually, and analyze data from a variety of data sets. Financial modeling tools may also be used to build financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements, as well as to help you identify opportunities and risks that might not be obvious to the human eye.

Which software is used for financial modeling?

Microsoft Excel is the most widely used financial modeling software. Excel-based models allow users to create models with formulas, charts, and graphs. However, for more advanced and detailed predictions, larger businesses are increasingly adopting specialized financial modeling software, such as FP&A or business planning software.

Financial modeling software allows you to build more complex models and provides an in-depth view in real-time of a company's financial situation. This allows SaaS businesses and investors to make decisions about investments, budgeting, and financial forecasting more accurately and faster.

What does a financial model show?

A financial model is a tool used to project the future performance of a company or investment. It typically includes detailed assumptions about revenue, expenses, capital investments, and other factors that affect the company’s financial performance.

A model can be used to perform scenario analysis and make decisions about how to best allocate resources. Financial models are often used by investors and analysts to assess the potential return on investment of a project or initiative.

Can you use Excel for financial modeling?

Yes, Excel is the most popular tool used by financial analysts and other corporate finance professionals in the industry for financial modeling. It is a versatile spreadsheet program that has a wide range of features that allow users to store and analyze large amounts of data, build business models, create charts and graphs, and perform complex calculations. However, while Excel is certainly a useful tool, integrating it with powerful financial modelling software can take your business planning to the next level.

By using such software, you can unlock even more advanced features and capabilities that Excel alone cannot provide. For instance, you can use historical performance and market data to improve the accuracy of your financial forecasts or use advanced analytics tools to uncover hidden insights in the data from various functions of your business. Additionally, financial modeling software can help you automate tedious tasks, such as data entry or report generation, freeing up time for more strategic activities.

In short, while Excel is a great starting point for financial modelling, it is important to consider integrating it with more advanced software to stay ahead of the curve. Doing so can help you unlock new insights, save time, and make more informed decisions.

What is financial modeling?

Financial modeling is the process of creating a mathematical representation of a financial situation or system. It is used to analyze and forecast potential outcomes, such as future profits, cash flows, and other financial metrics.

Financial models are typically created using software programs such as Microsoft Excel or specialized financial modeling software. They can be used to evaluate the performance of a company, assess the risks associated with an investment decision, or project future cash flows.

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What is a Financial Dashboard?

A financial dashboard is a visual representation of a startup's financial performance. Leveraging tables, charts, and graphs provides a snapshot of critical financial and operational metrics, or key performance indicators (KPIs). Financial dashboards often report data in real-time, saving you valuable time, and include several financial metrics such as revenue, ARR, churn, expansion, profit margin, cash flow, and more.

What are the benefits of a Financial Dashboard?

Financial dashboards have several benefits, some of which are listed below:

  • Improved financial management: Financial dashboards provide a quick and easy way to track financial performance, identify trends, and make informed decisions.
  • Increased operational efficiency: By consolidating financial data from multiple sources, financial dashboards save time and effort for CFOs, the VP of Finance, and other stakeholders.
  • Enhanced performance visibility: Financial dashboards provide a custom dashboard that has essential financial reports, allowing stakeholders to see the same information and make informed decisions together.
  • Improved business accountability: Financial dashboards allow CFOs, VP of Finance, and other stakeholders to communicate financial data more effectively, making it easier to collaborate and work together.

What should the key capabilities of a Financial Dashboard be?

The best Financial Dashboard goes beyond visualizing your financial and operational metrics. They need to make it easy and intuitive to explore and leverage your data to provide a holistic view of your business performance. It needs to be able to combine real-time data from all your business systems, letting you create custom metrics and interactive dashboards that business leaders can explore.

What are some examples of Financial Dashboards?

  1. Leadership Team Dashboard: This financial dashboard is used by the CFO as it provides a comprehensive view of your company’s financial health. It should include metrics such as revenue, profit margin, operating expenses, current assets, current liabilities, and debt-to-equity ratio amongst others. The goal of a Leadership Team Dashboard is to provide key stakeholders with real-time business trends to make informed decisions.
  2. Financial Reporting Dashboard: A Financial Reporting dashboard helps you track the company’s historical and forecasted financial performance. It should include key metrics such as return on assets, return on equity, debt-to-equity ratio, working capital ratio, revenue, expenses, balance sheet, and gross profit margins. The goal of a Financial Reporting dashboard is to enable CFOs, VP of Finance, FP&A, and other key business stakeholders to easily understand the financial performance of your business.
  3. Cash Flow Dashboard: A Cash Flow dashboard can be used to track and analyze your company’s cash flow, including both inflows and outflows. The metrics your Cash Flow dashboard should include are accounts receivables, accounts payable, and cash reserves.
  4. Budget vs. Actual Dashboard: A Budget vs. Actuals dashboard will help you track your historical financial performance against your budget financial performance. It should include actuals and budgets for key metrics such as revenue, expenses, and profit margins.
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