Forecast5 combines advanced software expertise with domain-specific experience to deliver analytics for the public sector. Using our suite of simple tools, you can build annual or multi-year budgets, model different scenarios and future impacts, find new revenue sources and more, with a series of clicks.Request a Demo
Managing by spreadsheet is familiar, but it is labor intensive, limited and, with advances in data science, obsolete.
That's why an increasing number of school districts, community colleges and municipalities are successfully using Forecast5's data analytics software tools for decision support.
Forecast5 is the only provider in the marketplace that offers proven, easy-to-learn-and-use public sector budgeting and data analytics software designed specifically for the daily and long-term strategic needs of K-12 schools, community colleges and municipalities.
"Being the CFO for a large urban district is difficult enough without having to take the time to collect and synthesize data that is critical to make strategic financial decisions for the future.
Matt Przywara, Chief Financial and Operations Officer, Lancaster SD, Pennsylvania
"It's very easy. Forecast5 loaded the data, and we were generating a variety of reports on day one."
Tom Ridout, former VP of Finance, Northeast Iowa Community College
"5Cast made creating, maintaining and communicating the results of our 5-year financial forecast simple and easy. "
Doug Cooper, Financial Director, Village of Brookfield, Illinois
Capturing the power of data to manage finances and make decisions has changed our clients' lives. Take that first step to change yours.
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