With Financial Modeling, you can create a scenario for the sale or expenses to see the impact on your business's cash flow in the future.
This forecast enables you to make informed business decisions and predict short and long-term performance when setting goals, hiring, budgeting, prospecting, and other revenue-impacting factors.
- Go to Cash Flow.
- Click Plan a Scenario to the right side of the tabular view below the graph.
- Click Financial Modelling to open a detailed view of the scenario.
Sales & Expenses show the sales and expenses' data (actuals, system projected, and user projected) of the next 12 months from the current date.
- Uncheck if you don't want to include a specific month(s) impact on forecasting.
Adjust Sales allows you to set a percentage increase or decrease for your business's future sales.
- Scroll across to increase or decrease the sale amount by percentage.
- You can see the details of your increased/ decreased sales or expenses on the right with a pie chart, while its impact on cash flow is on the list below.
- Click Explore for a detailed view of Financial Modelling.
- Choose the base Sales to Expense or Expense to Sale from the drop-down right above the table.
- Use Adjust Sales to scroll across to increase or decrease the sale amount by percentage for your business's future sales.
- You can see the impact of your increased and decreased sales or expenses on cash flow for COAs under Cash In and Cash Out.
- You can also manually increase or decrease the percentage of cash flow for COAs from the table.
- By default, the COA is set to Variable, which could be switched to Fixed. Fixed means that if you increase or decrease sales, it won't impact the cash flow value of that particular COA.