Excel: An Indispensable Platform for FP&A

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In an interview at at FinNext 2018, Philip Peck, Vice President, Finance Transformation and Advisory Services for Peloton Group, discusses how Excel has evolved over the years and why it continues to be a vital tool for financial planning and analysis (FP&A) professionals. He weighs in on Excel's greatest strengths and weaknesses.

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