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In-Year OpEx Allocation Commitment Dates

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Learn how FP&A at SixMint assigns commitment dates — the last effective dates to take action — to OpEx opportunities in order to quickly and flexibly deploy funds from excess margin in-year and avoid funds being locked-in by the budget.

Published: 27 September 2021

ID: G00742242

Analyst(s): Finance Research Team

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