Aligning the sales and marketing departments to a unified business view.

The sooner you deploy our solution for unified operational planning and reporting, the sooner you’ll get back to delivering value-added analysis.

A pre-built sales and
analytics application that provides detailed analyses of your sales processes with driver-based planning, reporting and analytics.

It provides detail, transparency and efficiency to the sales process by providing insights into all areas of your sales process.


You can implement the Apliqo Sales Analytics App in half the time it takes to roll out any other comprehensive tool for sales modelling and reporting.


Right away, this app is ready to improve sales forecasting, manage the performance of your sales organizations, and reduce workload in your sales organisation.

Sales profitability analysis

Empower your salesforce to make better decisions with the insights you need into every aspect of your sales process.

Extensive marketing planning

Develop a solid marketing budget with a realistic plan that will help improve revenues.

Revenue planning

Empower your salesforce to make better decisions with the insights you need into every aspect of your sales process.

S&OP planning

Develop a solid marketing budget with a realistic plan that will help improve revenues.

Book a demo today to learn how Apliqo can drive FP&A in your business.

Organise your demo today

Close faster

Reduce complexity of your financial close process
Close your books faster and gain time
Automate your closing process and eliminate error prone processes
Provide detailed audit-trails
Modernize and automate your consolidation and close process.

Report smarter

Smart Excel integration to gain productivity
Smart deployment to leverage Cloud or on-premise
Smart User Experience to achieve high user acceptance and productivity
Smart Dashboard widgets to share knowledge quicker
Smart flexible analytics to get faster insights

Plan smarter

Smart Driver-based methods that address your business’ complexity and reduce planning time
Smart pre-built solutions to start quicker
Smart workflow and processes to drive collaboration and alignment
Smart flexible business modelling to cater for your specific industry
Smart planning methods to save time and increase accuracy

Achieve FP&A success

You can implement Apliqo in half the time it takes to roll out any other environment for budgeting, forecasting and financial reporting.
Out of the box, Apliqo makes hundreds of critical financial and operational data sources accessible and understandable for business users.

Recent articles from the Apliqo FP&A blog

Lower your data latency and improve your business decision-making

There’s a term in network technology called ‘latency’ which refers to the delay between the execution of a command and the instruction given by the user. You’ll hear it most often in the world of high-speed training where a slight increase in latency (to the effect of a couple of milliseconds) can have a drastic negative impact on speed and thus performance.

Read this article

How strong FP&A solutions improve data literacy

As most of us realise, there is useful data and not-so-useful data. And merely having it at your disposal doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re able to discern between these two camps. It’s often only in the processing phase where we dig into the data and look for insights that we discover whether the data we’ve collected can actually drive us forward, rather than remaining a red herring.

Read this article

5 common mistakes when building financial models

Critics of financial modelling will always tell you that there are simply too many moving parts and interdependencies within a company to arrive at an accurate prediction of the future. They’ll point to how easy it is to adjust an input assumption and completely change the entire scope of what the model outputs. And to a certain extent – they’re right.

Read this article

Unlocking a new operating model for finance

Much has been written about how changing tides, rapid disruption, and global trends impact the customer-facing side of business today.  You can open any business publication of your choice and hear stories of how technology has completely changed how they think about their offering and their messaging to the market. 

Read this article

The 10 commandments of FP&A

Here at Apliqo, the FP&A process is at the heart of what we do and so in this post, we thought we’d share our 10 commandments for what strong FP&A execution looks like. While somewhat tongue-in-cheek, there’s a lot to be gained from getting these things right. Now, without any further ado, onto the ten commandments.

Read this article
Ten commandments of FP&A
Learn how Apliqo can help you and your business

Recent articles from the Apliqo FP&A blog

Lower your data latency and improve your business decision-making

There’s a term in network technology called ‘latency’ which refers to the delay between the execution of a command and the instruction given by the user. You’ll hear it most often in the world of high-speed training where a slight increase in latency (to the effect of a couple of milliseconds) can have a drastic negative impact on speed and thus performance.

Read More »

How strong FP&A solutions improve data literacy

As most of us realise, there is useful data and not-so-useful data. And merely having it at your disposal doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re able to discern between these two camps. It’s often only in the processing phase where we dig into the data and look for insights that we discover whether the data we’ve collected can actually drive us forward, rather than remaining a red herring.

Read More »

5 common mistakes when building financial models

Critics of financial modelling will always tell you that there are simply too many moving parts and interdependencies within a company to arrive at an accurate prediction of the future. They’ll point to how easy it is to adjust an input assumption and completely change the entire scope of what the model outputs. And to a certain extent – they’re right.

Read More »