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Plans

Good, better, and best planning – understand every eventuality with ease

 

Brixx gives you a plan in which to model and forecast your business. You can easily add additional plans to cover more scenarios, assess your financials, and follow best practices.

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what if one click

One click “what-if”

Adjust scenarios in real time to give immediate answers 


Brixx enables you to turn parts of your plan off or on. Quickly see the consequences of that on your forecast.

Dynamic timelines

Avoid hours of work when your timing changes

 

When your forecast meets real life, things change. Analysts spend hours modifying models to account for a delay or see what would happen if they wanted to bring an action forward. With the power of Brixx, you can play with timelines to your heart’s content by simply dragging the dates.

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Powerful scenario analysis

Best practice

Convenient

Fast

On the fly

Expandable

Getting started with Brixx scenario testing

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Model your business

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Build your forecast

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Establish your plan

Bird-Eyewear-Team Case Study

Our customers put it best

‘Great usability and very intuitive’

Brixx is visually engaging, intuitive and easy for the whole business team to use. We understand our business better than we ever did before – from the smallest financial detail to the overall picture in just a couple of clicks.

Ed Bird - Bird Eyewear
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Common Scenario Analysis FAQs

What is scenario analysis?

Scenario analysis is used in accounting to evaluate the potential outcomes of different future financial scenarios. It involves creating and assessing alternative scenarios to understand their implications and assess the associated risks and opportunities.

Why is scenario analysis so important to businesses?

By considering various scenarios, businesses can anticipate potential challenges, opportunities, and risks. This allows them to make more informed decisions and develop strategies to adapt to changing circumstances, ultimately improving their resilience and increasing the likelihood of success.

Are there different types of scenario planning?

Quite often, there are three key scenarios in which businesses will want to create and assess. These include the current state/situation, the worst case scenario, and the best case scenario. From these, branches into different scenarios can be made.

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