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February 2021 Newsletter

Supply chain forecasting in an unpredictable world

Data has a better idea by Franki Chamaki on Unsplash

To forecast or not to forecast: that is the supply chain question. Those of us working on the supply chain may not suffer the trials of Hamlet, but we face a “thousand shocks” that upend our plans all the same.

When facing so much uncertainty and serving unpredictable customers, it’s easy to wonder if forecasting is worth the effort at all. We need a new approach. Instead of solving for forecast accuracy, target impact.

Evo CEO Fabrizio Fantini has written an in-depth article in Towards Data Science on how Prescriptive AI transforms performance. Read this and regular upcoming supply chain analyses to solve for profit.

Answer the supply chain question

LinkedIn highlights Evo as Italian AI leader

In 2020, AI was the most active sector for investment in Italy. Evo’s discussion of AI on PODSTEM made the list of critical conversations to follow on the topic.

Evo’s “Made in Italy” AI on RaiNews24

AI technology in Europe is growing fast, but rules to guide its development haven’t kept up. RaiNews24 highlighted Evo and its Open Loop partners’ efforts to innovate solutions.

Evo answers Menlo Park’s call

An article in leading Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera celebrated Evo’s participation in the effort led by Facebook AI to reduce the risks of Artificial Intelligence.

Further reading from Evo

Read all our latest releases, published in the Business Science column on Medium.

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