Vena Solutions Unveils New Ad Hoc Analysis in Latest FP&A Product Release

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A recent press release states, “Vena Solutions, the fastest growing provider of cloud-based financial planning and analysis (FP&A) software, today announced its latest product release featuring new Ad Hoc Analysis capabilities and several other new features including improved modeler, manager and administrator experiences. Vena continues to bring innovation to its platform, and is trusted by hundreds of worldwide customers and ranked number one in customer satisfaction. With today’s release, it’s even easier for finance teams to use Vena to analyze, explore and gain new insights into their data in a matter of seconds. ‘Vena’s new release allows finance teams to drill deeper into their data, with an intuitive Excel interface, for powerful and intuitive analysis on the fly,’ said Rishi Grover, chief solutions architect at Vena Solutions. ‘Our platform update marks the latest in Vena’s commitment to product innovation that puts our customers first and foremost. It also gives Vena users instant insights into their data, allowing them to drive decisions that grow their bottom line’.”

The release goes on, “Along with Ad Hoc Analysis, Vena’s new release offers an improved manager interface, an interactive status tracker, new mapping efficiencies, and integration and modeling enhancements. Key details on these new and enhanced features include: Ad Hoc Analysis. Customers can design reports, explore data and get new insights in seconds using Vena’s intuitive Ad Hoc Analysis functionality. The new feature allows for deeper and more insightful analysis, and is built to work the way finance professionals think… Improved Manager Interface. The new Vena Manager interface makes it easier for budget owners and other managers to navigate across folders, processes and tasks – all with fewer clicks and significantly faster load times. Coupled with improved search and filtering options, Vena lets users focus on what really matters: growing the business.”

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