Appendix: To Forecast or Not To Forecast

Thursday, February 18th, 2021
Step-by-step This is the appendix to my other piece: https://towardsdatascience.com/to-forecast-or-not-to-forecast-that-is-the-supply-chain-question-439e0eb47b61 Note: some charting functions in the support file may require using an optional free Excel add-in for best performance. Detailed step-by-step ...

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To Forecast, or Not To Forecast, That is the Supply Chain Question

Thursday, February 18th, 2021
The 5 secret ingredients to solve for profit, rather than accuracy Customers can be unpredictable. Hardly anything about them is forecastable correctly. Change approach maybe? Prediction errors are everywhere. Over the ...

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Holiday Supply Chain Optimization for Us Mere Mortals

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020
Santa has magic. Is AI our own enchanted solution? It’s the holiday season, and while festivities may be muted publicly, I’ve still been enjoying lighting the tree, drinking mulled wine, ...

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5 Ways Business Science Will Transform the Supply Chain in 2021

Monday, December 14th, 2020
Data science trends in retail for the post-Covid world 2020 was a difficult year for every business. The coronavirus changed every aspect of our operations. One of the biggest trends in ...

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Supply Chain Optimization: Worth It or Not?

Thursday, November 12th, 2020
The paradox of mathematical optimization should not scare you away from its benefits Optimization is a primary selling point of AI to businesses nowadays. Everyone wants to improve their efficiency, ...

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Boggi Milano automates its supply chain replenishment with Evo Pricing’s AI solution, built on Microsoft technology

Wednesday, August 12th, 2020
Innovation is core to Boggi Milano. It’s the founding value that enabled the company’s transformation from a small boutique in 1939 to a rapidly growing ambassador of premium Italian style ...

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Latest version of Evo Replenish expands predictive capabilities— and makes adding new items to store inventory simple

Thursday, July 30th, 2020
It’s midseason, and a local celebrity has just been photographed wearing one of your bright yellow dresses. Demand for that item skyrockets. It’s a huge win for the brand, but ...

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Curing the supply chain virus with AI

Thursday, April 9th, 2020
Coronavirus, for all its devastating toll on human life and global economic activity, may also very well be branded and remembered as the ‘supply chain virus’. Appropriately responding to unprecedented ...

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