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Where Statistics End, Process Begins

Date: May 2, 2012
Time: 2:00 pm EST
Cost: Free
Where: From your desktop

Over the last 15 years, The Forecast Xperts at John Galt have worked with thousands of customers to help meet their forecasting goals. In today’s fast changing economy our customers are faced with many challenges to generate an effective forecast to drive their business; statistical forecasts are not enough. To plan effectively, a collaborative and goal-oriented process is needed.

Join the Forecast Xperts Tuesday, May 2nd at 2:00 pm EST to learn more about best practices in forecasting and demand planning.

In this free webinar, we will discuss:

  • The key components of an effective forecasting process
  • How to determine what components of your forecasting process add value
  • How assumption management improves forecast accuracy
  • Methodologies for utilizing POS data in the demand planning process
  • Effective techniques for new product introductions and line extensions
  • How to align the forecast process with your company’s strategic and operational goals
  • How to incorporate the forecast into a Sales & Operations Planning process

All John Galt customers will benefit
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Upcoming Events: Forecast Xpert Training

John Galt’s Forecast Xpert Training provides the perfect foundation for companies that are beginning to build a consumer-driven supply chain. Our training offers the theories behind successful forecasting processes, along with the specific tools and techniques to execute those processes.

Join Notre Dame’s Professor Barry Keating at John Galt Solutions’ Chicago Headquarters for ForecastX Wizard Training May 3-4th. Dr. Keating will be giving instruction on different forecasting methods, and on Friday, the John Galt Solutions staff will teach you to apply your newfound knowledge in the ForecastX Wizard, using your own data. For more details, contact us today! 312-701-9026

Don’t delay, the class is filling fast. Register now to join us on May 3-4!

Implementing a Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) Rudder to Navigate Today’s Turbulent Economic Waters

Date: May 10, 2012
Time: 2:00 pm EST
Cost: Free
Where: From your desktop

Decades of growth in globalization and consumption have driven dramatic changes in companies’ supply chains. Today, these supply chains are more complex and demand-driven. Companies source, make, and sell shorter lifecycle products “anywhere in the world”, requiring longer, more fragmented supply lines. These trends combined with the current uncertain global economy require S&OP processes to be more responsive to demand-supply volatility and complexity. The Demand Management Council at MIT develops the strategies that top companies use to overcome these challenges.

In this free webinar, MIT’s Dr. Larry Lapide, in partnership with John Galt Solutions and Supply & Demand Chain Executive, will discuss the success factors and advanced planning practices that can help companies navigate today’s turbulent business environment. With this knowledge, your business will be ready to turn your planning process into a competitive advantage. This session will cover:

  • S&OP’s evolution from its humble beginnings in the mid-1980s
  • Ways to overcome the organizational challenges that S&OP presents
  • Balancing demand-sensing & shaping and upstream supply-sensing
  • Planning techniques that can be used to mitigate supply chain risks

Join us May 10th for this presentation. Register now!

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Where Statistics End, Process Begins
May 2, 2012 2:00 PM, EST
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Implementing a Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) Rudder to Navigate Today’s Turbulent Economic Waters
May 10, 2012 2:00 PM, EST
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Forecast Xpert Training:
May 3-4, 2012
Chicago, IL.
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Best of the Best S&OP conferences, presented by APCIS and IBF
June 14-15 2012
Chicago, Illinois, USA
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