Say goodbye to countless budget iterations and complicated spreadsheets and hello to fast, streamlined financial budgeting and reporting!

Inefficient financial budgeting and reporting can have a huge effect on your bottom line. If your business is suffering from any of these common financial management issues, it’s time to reconsider your strategy.



• Your budgeting takes more than 4 weeks to complete
• Errors are creeping into your spreadsheets
• Your finance department is slowed down with unnecessary administration
• Lack of transparency between departments causes confusion and inefficiencies
• Business managers are not held accountable for their budgets


If you said ‘YES’ to any of these, it’s time to switch to idu-Concept!
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BUDGETING & FORECASTING

Streamline your corporate budgeting and forecasting.



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Budgeting and Forecasting
REPORTING


Keep track of your expenses and analyse data
against the existing budget or prior years in real time.


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Reporting
ASSET & SPEND MANAGEMENT

Track and control physical assets while keeping the asset register up to date and manage your spend from registration through to receipt.


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Asset Management
CLOUD FINANCIALS


Self-service, cloud based financial management for small to medium enterprises via Amazon Web Services Marketplace.


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Surprising Spreadsheet Statistics for Big Businesses

71% use spreadsheets for large financial decisions
33% report poor decision making as a result of spreadsheet issues
16% admitted to finding more than 10 inaccuracies in their spreadsheets
33% of financial decision makers have no formal training with spreadsheets

Did you know?

Nearly 1 in 5 large businesses have suffered financial losses as a result of errors in spreadsheets

“It’s an excellent budgeting and forecasting system that is also really intuitive and easy to use. It means all our managers, whether they have finance training or not, can complete their budgets on their own.”