Doesn’t this require deep knowledge of forecasting and statistics?
How can you benchmark performance in my business, which has the added complexity of many very different products, markets and geographies?
How do I know whether this will deliver value to my business?
How does measuring things differently help me add value?
How does poor forecasting add 4% to the cost of production? This seems too high.
I don’t believe that 50% of my forecasts destroy value. Where does this come from?
I have just invested in inventory optimisation software; why do I need another tool?
If I'm already measuring MAPE, and forecast bias, why do I need another measurement tool?
Isn’t ForecastQT a ‘nice to have’ rather than a necessity?
Isn’t this capability available in forecasting packages?
We already have a forecast optimisation capability; how can ForecastQT improve on that?
What makes CatchBull different?