Staying On Track: How to Prevent Short-Term Forecast Uncertainty From Derailing Your Long-Term Demand Planning
During this webinar, Timm Reiher and Todd Ferguson, two demand management experts from Oliver Wight will discuss strategies for managing uncertainty and explore techniques in demand planning to help you bridge the short and the long term. The webinar will also include a demonstration of how to use the Forecast Pro software to generate both short and longer-term forecasts.
What is Exponential Smoothing and When Should I Use it?
It is no surprise that exponential smoothing models are favored by many corporate forecasters — they are easy to apply, create accurate forecasts, and can be automated. Watch this on-demand webinar to understand the pros and cons of these popular forecasting methods, and learn how to improve your forecasts using exponential smoothing models.
Forecasting Demand in the Face of a Pandemic: What now?
In this webinar, James Berry, Director of Training and Sarah Darin, Senior Consultant, will provide updated guidance on forecasting in the midst of a pandemic, now that we are well immersed in the current crisis and have a better understanding of how businesses have been impacted. Using real data, James and Sarah will provide an overview of the Forecast Pro methods and techniques that can help you generate more accurate forecasts as we enter a “new normal”.
How Bell’s Brewery Improved Supply Planning with Forecast Pro
In this webinar, Blake Violette, Forecast Manager at Bells Brewery, discusses implementing Forecast Pro and how to manage a successful first year. Blake gives an overview of some of the challenges Bell’s Brewery faced in their implementation process, as well as some of the benefits they have reaped from integrating Forecast Pro into their forecasting and S&OP processes
Forecasting Demand in the Face of a Pandemic
In this Webinar Eric Stellwagen, CEO, and Sarah Darin, Senior Consultant, provide pragmatic insight into how to create your forecasts throughout all phases of a pandemic—including the current initial stage, the uncertain months ahead and the subsequent “new normal” that will emerge. Drawing upon their extensive expertise in forecasting approaches that have been successfully used during other business disruptions, they profile several business categories, review the methods that are best suited to each group and demonstrate these approaches in Forecast Pro TRAC using real-world examples.