Jedox, the world’s most adaptable planning and performance management platform serving the integrated business planning needs of organisations across the world, was recently recognised in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Financial Planning Software1. Additionally, Gartner Critical Capabilities research shows Jedox performance in Use Cases across categories for Efficiency, Improved Operational Visibility and Management, and Complex Business Environment.
“Jedox powers businesses to achieve a culture of decisiveness and confidence. Customers can model virtually any scenario, integrate practically any data, and simplify cross-organisational planning to harness the insights that inform sharp decisions”, says Florian Winterstein, Jedox CEO. “For us, being recognised by Gartner is an enlivening confirmation of our contributions to the market”.
Gartner defines Financial Planning Software as “the key tool that enables organizations to manage their enterprise-wide financial planning, forecasting, and budgeting processes”. In fast-changing business environments, adaptability is key to driving confident decisions that reflect complex dynamics and accelerate growth.
“We believe the analysis by Gartner confirms there is a widening separation of capabilities within the financial planning software market”, says Dr. Rolf Gegenmantel, Chief Product Officer at Jedox. “With continued investments in solutions for sales performance management, workforce planning, and ESG initiatives, we’re confident Jedox will remain a vendor of choice for organisations who need to see the big picture and tie planning to strategic analysis, reporting, and investments”.
Jedox’s continues to expand throughout North America, Europe, and Asia with over 2,500 customers across the world. Jedox enables a culture of decisiveness and confidence so teams can plan for opportunities, react quickly to changes, and uncover what they didn’t know was possible.
1 Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Financial Planning Software,” Regina Crowder, Farrah Watson, December 2022
2 Gartner, “Critical Capabilities for Financial Planning Software,” Regina Crowder, Farrah Watson, December 2022