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Forecasting techniques and inventory management


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Education Center: CIPS
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City: Birmingham



Duration: 1 day

Building upon the learning in Introduction to forecasting techniques and inventory management, this course provides a greater focus on the subject of forecasting, assisting you to better manage and react to fluctuations in demand.  It explores elementary techniques in finer detail and also examines more advanced techniques to apply in your working role.
                                            
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Explain the rationale for forecasting and some of the limitations
- Demonstrate several elementary and more advanced forecasting techniques
- Apply forecasting techniques to the business environment
- Be capable of managing the forecasting process


 

 




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