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Behind GIDE is over:
300 thousand lines of code;
16 thousand developer-days
25 years of corporate finance experience.
This is why GIDE is not free, yet we understand the unceasing appetite of human beings for free stuff. Therefore, our services always come with something extra.
If you believe that software should be made available for free on the internet, we can make it available for a limited period of six months.
Then you can either purchase it or offer us another form of compensation. In order to continue using GIDE, it must add value. This value should be reflected in the price. We leave it fully up to you what compensation (monetary or not) you will offer us.
Also be aware, the application that you would download is a single-user application and as such does not include collaboration features, real-time calculation server or web publishing service.
Nevertheless, the GIDE single user version provides you with a quick to install, user-friendly, and fully-integrated system, leaving spreadsheets and other business intelligence systems in the shade.
So you can improve, optimise and communicate your business performance.
Before you download, please consider that GIDE is a professional financial modelling tool that will require some effort and a certain learning curve to master. And in fact, without our assistance, it may take you longer than one month to fully enjoy GIDE’s capabilities.
For those, who genuinely want to replace their spreadsheet modelling, improve reporting, and require a collaborative environment, but are wary of complex software projects; consider a Proof of Concept
As the name suggests, Proof of Concept, a Rapid Application Development or prototyping, is building a trial of GIDE – something that is a close approximation to the final deliverable but without the finishing touches.
A Proof of Concept is normally an intensive project squeezed into a few weeks (or few days). But once these things are in place, prototyping yields a very quick return. As such it can shave months off traditional methods of development based solutions whilst returning superior results.
Our experienced team will build bespoke models reflecting your company’s business operations, group, product, and business unit structures and reporting preferences.
GIDE will commit pre-sales resources and consultants to build the prototype and to develop an understanding of the requirements with the users.
Fundamental for the success of a POC is that it takes place on-site so that users can experience the strength of GIDE in a realistic environment.
We can also organise workshops to familiarise users with modelling challenges, discuss how to handle complex or idiosyncratic areas of functionality, and make design choices.
While a Proof of Concept is a serious endeavour – extracting the value requires commitment on the part of the user organisation and the supplier. The benefits will prevail.
Concentrated effort on solving your pain points
A few sessions with our experienced corporate performance team can bring to light new ideas.
With more than one corporate performance management process under review, a Proof of Concept can highlight the relationship between different elements of the solution and how well they work together in a unified environment.
Become familiar with the way GIDE is constructed and configured. Experience first-hand whether the high degree of usability, adaptability and speed of GIDE sufficiently addresses your pain points.
See what GIDE might look like and how our software can complement your internal processes, connect to ERP and other operational systems, and fit your technical framework.
Get to know us
Get a feel for the culture of GIDE as an organisation they might be working with, our level of expertise, the approachability of the staff and level of commitment to success.
A Proof of Concept allows you to really ‘get under the bonnet’ of GIDE to view and understand the workings of the ‘engine’ rather than relying on a superficial demonstration that glosses over the detail and merely shows the most fancy or appealing parts of the system.
The Proof of Concept is a serious endeavour – extracting the value requires commitment on the part of the user organisation and the supplier.