The world's largest business planning survey. Find out what users think about planning products and which trends are actually relevant for your business planning.
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The market for planning products is highly competitive. The Planning Survey 23 reveals the strengths and challenges of many of the leading vendors in the space as well as a number of smaller vendors — some regional and some relatively new to the market — many of which offer outstanding value to their customers.
Now in its ninth edition, The Planning Survey 23 also provides a detailed quantitative analysis of why customers buy planning tools, what they use them for, the everyday problems that users experience with the tools and how successful they are.
The Planning Survey 23 is based on a worldwide survey of 1,321 planning users, consultants and vendors from all over the world, conducted from November 2022 to February 2023.
An overview and analysis of the most important findings and topical results from The Planning Survey 23. This report covers aspects of the tool selection process, levels of satisfaction, the challenges faced by users and a look at some of the key market trends such as cloud-based planning and predictive planning. It also provides advice to buyers of planning software and users of existing solutions based on the results of our analysis.
A series of executive reports on all the products featured in The Planning Survey 23. Each report deals with a single product and contains a short vendor and product overview by BARC’s analyst team as well as a summary of the relevant product-related survey results and selected comments from users.
Gain access to our powerful interactive online tool, enabling you to perform your own custom analysis of the full survey data set from The Planning Survey 23. The survey is so thorough it would be impossible to write about all the results. The Analyzer gives you the opportunity to dig deep into the survey data for yourself and extract the information you need.
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Dr. Christian Fuchs is a Senior Analyst and Head of Data & Analytics Research at BARC. He is the author of numerous BARC studies as well as a sought-after speaker at conferences. His areas of expertise are decision support information systems in corporate performance management (CPM), planning, consolidation and analytics front ends.
As a consultant, he supports companies in the software selection process and in the implementation phase as well as with strategic questions regarding tool portfolios, architecture and usage scenarios.