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Five Questions to Ask Advanced Analytics Solution Providers

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Evaluating demand forecasting analytics solutions can be a confusing and complex process. However, knowing the right questions to ask can greatly reduce the risk of selecting the wrong solution provider. Organizations have made major investments in database technologies including CRM, ERP and other transactional systems that run the operations of a department, division, and subsidiaries. As a result, most organizations have access to valuable data and are looking for ways to leverage demand forecasting analytics for a competitive advantage.

The true value of a solution for demand forecasting analytics lies in the insight it provides on business operations and the opportunities it creates for better decision making. This eBook will help companies:

  • Identify the needs of those who will utilize analytics the most
  • Understand business requirements for advanced analytics projects
  • Avoid substantial cost overruns or even worse: project failure

MORE ABOUT THIS WHITE PAPER:

WHO SHOULD READ THIS WHITE PAPER?

Executives, information technology professionals, supply chain managers, demand planners, and other leaders searching for a path to advanced analytics in the supply chain industry.

WHAT CONCEPTS ARE COVERED IN THIS WHITE PAPER?

This whitepaper explains the importance of business requirements for advanced analytics, choosing a vendor that prioritizes a unique advanced analytics road map, transforming raw data from multiple sources into meaningful information, rapid deployment, and more.

WHY THIS WHITEPAPER IS A MUST READ FOR SUPPLY CHAIN ORGANIZATIONS

Organizations that prioritize the solution provider evaluation process tend to have a more successful project and constantly out-perform their competitors in the marketplace. This whitepaper can equip readers with the right questions and know what answers to those questions should be.