Everything you need to know about using Adaptive Financial Management software effectively

In this section we present the main functionalities, headings and sections of the Adaptive Financial Management software application.

Whether you have already purchased AMF software or are in the process of purchasing it, our team is at your service with information, demos, tutorials and other technical and financial information materials.

Main AMF sections

Adaptive Management Financial can be purchased both directly and as a Financial Consulting + Software Pack.

Choosing the AMF package according to your company's needs can be done using Buy button

Following the purchase of the AMF license, it is valid for one year from the date of purchase.

Within 24 hours of paying for the chosen package, the AMF technical team will allocate your account and access to the AMF interface and Dashboard.

Log in using the username and password chosen during the registration process. Since AMF is a cloud-based software, you will have access to the software no matter where you want to work.

The main administration panel (Dashboard) helps you easily select the company or group of companies you want to work for. You can select the financial reference year and, with a simple click on the reference company, you will instantly access the General Indicators section.

The list of companies allows you to select the company you want to focus on. This section summarizes the following details: Company Name, Customers, Suppliers, Expense Budget Structure, Revenue Budget Structure, Expense List and Income List.

The Groups (of companies) section is intended for conglomerates, holding companies or business groups with multiple businesses under the same organizational/administrative umbrella.

Thus, in this section, we will find both the name of the Group and the Companies subordinated to it, as well as: Target Revenues, Realized Revenues, Target Expenses, Realized Expenses, Target Nominal Profit, Nominal Profit Realized.

Being one of the most useful sections, the Business Simulator supports all entrepreneurs who develop, open new divisions or create new businesses. Through the Business Simulator each user will be able to build budgets, allocate resources and model the correct structure of any business.

In this section you will find tutorials and video demonstrations of the correct use and operationalization of Adaptive Financial Management.

Working sections

Operating expenses, income and indicators in one direct interface, expressed in figures and comparative charts. Thus, the General Indicators section represents, for any entrepreneur, a vital tool in rigorous and pragmatic financial management.

Customer and supplier lists are a particularly useful tool in the financial management of financial inputs and outputs. The clear picture of customers and suppliers, represented in numbers and percentages, facilitates the exercise of managerial and financial accuracy.

This section segments the expense budget directly: administrative expenses, operational expenses, and salary expenses. It is a particularly important section because the difference between planned and actual expenses is included in this section.

The expense list supports any company and any entrepreneur to accurately monitor all expenses, be they administrative, operational or salary

It represents the ideal tool for visualizing the resources involved in making a single product/service. Being an integral part of modern financial management, Structure/cost/unit clarifies the origin and amount of resources that actually produce added value in the company.

This section represents the income budget directly: from the main activity, from the secondary activity or from other activities. It is a particularly important section because, similar to the structure of the expenditure budget, the difference between planned and actual income is included in this section.

The list of income supports any company and any entrepreneur to supervise, accurately, all income as well as their sources, The section is organized semantically according to: invoicing, receipt date, customer, project name, units delivered, amount collected, VAT value, value total etc.

This infographic section visually represents not only the sources of income in the company, but also the categories from which they come and the percentage amount of each source of income in the overall whole. Also, Graphical Revenue Analysis is particularly important because it delivers, automated: Stratification of revenue categories, Distribution of total revenue / customers, Distribution of main revenue / customers.