Planeamatic sets a new paradigm in the financial modeling industry.
Powerful, flexible and reliable models are built in minutes, not days, allowing the consultant to focus on what really matters: the project analysis.
Build hundreds of scenarios for your customer's projects to test tariffs, EBITDA margins, market penetration, CAPEX, financial expenses, yields, etc.
Planeamatic solves a core problem: the student's lack of time, knowledge and ability to build either simple or advanced models. It takes lots of time to learn advanced formulas inside Excel.
The 'Case Methodology' can be applied in full, easing the students the economic analysis through fully configurable models used as templates, ready to be applied to the most diverse problems.
Planeamatic sets a definitive advantage to determine any project's viability and yield.
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A Proven Tool
With Planeamatic, hard, intricated problems are solved building powerful models in a snap.
During Planeamatic's testing phase, we submitted it to heavy testing. We built models that had required thousands of formulas under the traditional approach, and looked for real-world published models as 'sparrings'.
We happily found the 'Financial Model World Championship', called Modeloff, the most recognized world contest. Every year, this event joins top-class financial model builders -the best of the best-, to solve diverse problems (they publish some of them).
We selected several of Modeloff published problems to verify the power, versatility, and reliability of our tool. A couple of them are embedded inside the product as part of the tutorial package. They are good proof of Planeamatic's capabilities.
The Perfect 'Business Laboratory'
No other tool can help University students and professionals to understand so easily the financial concepts, terms, ratios and their interaction.
Some basic & advanced financial concepts may prove elusive to college and postgraduate students. Happily, Planeamatic provides them an incredible canvas to construct advanced Financial Models and understand them easily, diving rapidly into Balance Sheets, P&L Statements, Cash Flows, Charts and KPI tables.
Planeamatic is like a magic board. Any project, any situation, any financial problem can be fully configured from scrap in minutes. Immediatly, a complete scenario is produced for analysis and discussion.
Learning through exercising is the most efficient way to master a subject, and to understand some concepts hard to visualize for students and newcomers. Thanks to Planeamatic:
they will understand why accelerated depreciation yields better return than straight line method
they will visualize the Cash Flow statement behavior under different pricing, unitary margin and volume scenarios
they will understand the difference between Project IRR and Investors IRR
they will understand the importance of limiting D/E ratio
they will understand bahvior of Equity accounts in the BS, as earnings are accumulating and dividends are withdrawn
they will understand how Fixed Assets are transferred from BS to IS through Depreciation and Amortization
they will find the break even point at variable revenue levels
they will understand the relationship between NPV and IRR (specially when withdrawn dividends are valuated at discount rate)
they will feel comfortable analysing dozens of Balance sheets, P&L Statements and Cash Flows
they will acquire the ability to build their own financial Models to face future challenges
Additionally, the students will exploit all the power behind MS-Excel without having to spend hours and hours learning financial and reference functions, and how to build rigid and poorly structured Financial Statement's templates.
Double digit depreciation
Real and nominal terms
Project term & sensitivity
Double entry Acc. principle