Connected forecasting from the start
For many companies intelligent forecasting works in a silo. Some companies might test-drive it in a single business unit to prove the concept, while others have multiple forecasting initiatives in motion, all using different data sets, analytics tools, business rules and outputs. And while different proofs-of-concept may seem to “work” individually, can they work together?
This fundamental gap in connectivity continues to be the biggest barrier many companies face with intelligent forecasting. At KPMG, we’ve been helping clients solve this with an integrated approach that envisions not just intelligent forecasting, but connected forecasting from the start.
Industries featured in our real-world use cases
Consumer and retail
Healthcare and life sciences
Learn how enhanced data and analytics can deliver smarter, more intelligent forecasts, providing powerful new insights that help your company navigate today’s volatile business climate. With the continued increase in different data and analytics tools used across siloed line of business, execution can get complex.