Community Roundtable

Community Manager


In today's connected world, it's becoming increasingly common for projects to rely on multiple users or teams for input in order to achieve the most profitable or efficient result.

At Anaplan, Connected Planning is in our DNA and we're always looking for multiple solutions to shared problems. As part of a new ongoing series, the Anaplan Community Blog will host a roundtable of Anaplan experts, employees, and Community users collaborating to provide a variety of tips and tricks in order to show that there are multiple ways of accomplishing a common goal. This series will look to address not only some of the common questions and concerns found within the Anaplan model or voiced by our Community, but also general planning tasks and exercises which can improve your day-to-day planning experience.

In addition to the solutions we share in this series, we'd love to hear to hear from you. What's worked (or what hasn't) in the past? With the Anaplan platform a bit of creativity goes a long way so your feedback is always valued! We're opening this series up to anyone who has experience with the planning process or the Anaplan platform, though no technical experience is necessary.

The Community Roundtable series will launch on September 28 with the first installment focusing on planning a monthly budget. If you or someone you know would like to take part in this discussion or series, or would simply like to suggest a topic for us to cover, comment below or drop us an email at with the subject line "Community Roundtable". We look forward to hearing from you!

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I am very enthusiast about this idea, and looking forward to listen to the discussion. One point which I am interested in what concern the monthly budget is how do you compare and integrate the monthly budget with the yearly budget? Is more efficient that those two processes are being built in the same model, or different models? 

Community Manager

Hi @Manuela_Apostol,

Thanks for your feedback! This is a great question and one we'll look to address in our discussion next month. If you'd like to share your opinion on the efficiency of this process, please let us know!