Modeling business logic for 3-way planning

Framing is clarifying the decision we’re about to make. To properly frame a decision, we need to define what it is that we are deciding, what we are not deciding, what we should take as given, and what goals we wish to achieve.

Tornado analysis shows what matters most

Framing is clarifying the decision we’re about to make. To properly frame a decision, we need to define what it is that we are deciding, what we are not deciding, what we should take as given, and what goals we wish to achieve.

Modeling the impact of transactions, projects, etc.

Framing is clarifying the decision we’re about to make. To properly frame a decision, we need to define what it is that we are deciding, what we are not deciding, what we should take as given, and what goals we wish to achieve.

Com strategies and scenarios

Framing is clarifying the decision we’re about to make. To properly frame a decision, we need to define what it is that we are deciding, what we are not deciding, what we should take as given, and what goals we wish to achieve.