As AI becomes more advanced and engrained in our lives, it is normal to ponder its various business applications.
There is potential for AI & Machine Learning (ML) to be useful in demand forecasting – but does it actually work in practice, or only in theory? Recent forecasting research suggests that ML can be used to improve your forecasting.
In this free one-hour webinar Sarah Darin will provide an overview of how a Machine Learning algorithm like the one implemented in Forecast Pro works, and discuss the benefits of its application in demand forecasting.
During this one-hour webinar you will learn:
• The basics of Machine Learning powered forecasting
• When ML is likely to improve your forecasts
• How to use the completely automatic ML option in Forecast Pro
• How to build custom ML models in Forecast Pro
This session accommodates time zones in the Asia Pacific Region. Can’t attend the live webinar? Register for the session and we will notify you via email when the recording is available for on-demand viewing.
Sarah Darin has 20 years of experience with statistical consulting, sales forecasting, regression modeling and marketing analytics. Sarah holds a Master’s of Science in Statistics from the University of Chicago, where she also served as a Lecturer for two years. She has consulted for clients across a broad range of industries, including Consumer Packaged Goods, Telecommunications, Technology, Retail, Automotive and Finance. Before joining BFS, Sarah was Vice President of Consulting Services at Nielsen where she focused on custom analytic solutions for the CPG and Expanded Vertical practices, teaching customers how to efficiently integrate, manage, model and forecast large-scale datasets. Sarah’s ability to understand and explain statistical concepts in the context of real-world, messy data makes her an ideal instructor for this workshop. Sarah received her undergraduate degree in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University.
This webinar is offered by Supply Chain Business Solutions, an Asia Pacific Region reseller of Forecast Pro based in Australia, in collaboration with Business Forecast Systems.