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Anyone know what "full p+1" analysis is referring to? Thanks.

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  • Nabooru's picture

    Not sure exactly but it probably has something to do with forecasting/budgeting, i.e. -

    3+9 = 3 months actual, the next 9 months forecasted

    not sure how full p+1 would fit in there though

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