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How-to guide for our CAPEX model

In this template, we share how you can navigate the complexity surrounding CAPEX and give you a free template to help you follow along.

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Uri Kogan

March 14, 2022 1 min read

How-to guide for our CAPEX model

We created OnPlan’s Capex Forecasting Model (and Capex How to Guide) to help you track and plan
your company’s fixed asset expenditures as you grow. While every
company is different, in our work with hundreds of companies we have a
common set of core requirements that is nearly universal.


Whether you are building a forecast model from scratch, or just looking for
best practices ideas to add to your existing approach, we think you’ll find
value in this model.


We wrote the Capex How To Guide to help you understand how our model is
constructed so that you can quickly gain what you need from it.

You can get both the model and the how to guide by clicking here.


We encourage you to explore our other resources for Capex forecasting
(and beyond) on the OnPlan blog. We’re adding working examples, like how
to use this model to think about strategic asset acquisitions, optimizing your
depreciation schedule to reduce your tax burden, how-to videos, and much
more.

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Uri Kogan

Uri Kogan leads marketing and go to market strategy at OnPlan. Uri brings experience as a B2B SaaS marketing executive at a number of high-growth companies, including Nuxeo, where he created a new category of Product Asset Management, leading to a 12x ARR exit, and AppZen, where he led AppZen’s entry into the AP market and served as interim CMO. Earlier in his career, Uri led software marketing teams, incubated new services products, executed turnarounds, and led award-winning global supply chain initiatives at HP. Uri holds a B.A. in economics and a B. Music in opera performance from Northwestern University, and an MBA from Kellogg.

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