Prevedere, CGT and Gartner – Improving Business Performance Forecasting
Our speakers will share how modernizing their forecasting processes with new technology and global data has improved forecast accuracy, increased forecast transparency and changed the way their organization prepares for future demand.
Moderated by Kara Romanow, Executive Editor, CGT, panelists include:
Doug Laney, VP & Distinguished Analyst, Data and Analytics Strategy, Gartner
Your spreadsheet just got a lot smarter. At Prevedere, we understand most financial analysts use the spreadsheet as their preferred tool for complex forecasting calculations. Spreadsheets, specifically Microsoft Excel, are indispensable in the financial world, so we made it easy to import Prevedere data directly into your Excel documents.
Using the Prevedere add-in for Excel Online, you can gain access to exclusive and critical financial information to confidently and proactively drive your business forward from any browser. The right data, better insights, in less time.
Argyle CFO Webinar – Leveraging Data to Make Sense of an Uncertain Economy
Argyle CFO Forum, in partnership with Prevedere, brought together leading CFOs and finance executives leaders in a discussion-based format to explore best practices in determining how external economic factors affect business performance, the true cost of inaccurate forecasting, and how to make fact-based decisions by leveraging existing big data investments. Panelists included:
Prevedere and Forrester: Sharpen Business Performance with Predictive Intelligence
Prevedere CEO, Rich Wagner and his guest, Forrester Analyst, Mike Gualtieri discuss powerful trends in predictive analysis and the ways it can dramatically improve business performance forecasting. Topics include:
Key challenges faced by executives in forecasting demand
The critical role economic factors play in forecast accuracy
How to make the most of your existing data and BI investment
Special thanks to our guest Forrester for participation in this webinar.
Using Exogenous Data to Increase Return on Equity and Assets
Knowing the future is mission critical and this is only accomplished by looking outside your 4 walls for external drivers of performance. This whitepaper provides insight on the value of external data across 5 key areas of any business.
Leveraging External Data to Know When Best to Enter (and Exit) a Market
Many businesses operate globally, but deciding whether to enter or exit a market can be very complicated. This white paper will discuss how macro and micro-economic data of a market can bring critical insight on what to do next.
Maximizing Shareholder Value with External Data Analytics
This whitepaper describes the symptoms and problems companies experience if they are not leveraging external data effectively and the resulting impact to the bottom line. Next, it covers the correct procedures to effectively identify and verify external leading drivers of business performance.
When it comes to Big Data, it is easy to get overwhelmed and hard to identify where to start. To gain support of key leaders and ensure a successful Big Data project you need to identify the most important information decision makers will want to analyze. Learn how including external drivers are the most important predictor of business performance.
The seasonal swings in the retail industry make reading and analyzing data more difficult. This whitepaper guides retailers through the three steps to successfully chart and analyze leading economic indicators without diluting their data by seasonally adjusting.
Racetrac Petroleum operates over 650 gas stations and convenience stores in the Southern United States. After working with Prevedere, Racetrac was able to dramatically improve demand forecasts for many products sold at their stores. By including regional economic data, Racetrac was able to save millions in overstock charge-offs.
In this whitepaper Mike Higgins, Sales and Marketing Manager from Advanced Drainage Systems, describes the value in adding Prevedere to the sales forecast process to open communication and remove bias.