2 edition of Business forecasting found in the catalog.
G. R. Mansukhani
Bibliography: p. 223.
|Statement||by G. R. Mansukhani.|
|LC Classifications||HB3730 .M315|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 231 p.|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||sa 68013021|
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Most sales were B2B into industrial or manufacturing customers, so a measure of industrial activity might correlate with sales. As mentioned earlier, I was motivated to look for other market or external factors that might explain some of the observed cyclical behaviors.
This also involves higher prices. But this is a different game — producing in the United States, discouraging companies to move operations abroad to lower cost environments, placing taxes, fees, or tariffs on goods manufactured abroad coming into the US.
I used a correlation analysis to find the lag between these data and the sales data, arriving at days. However, keep in mind a business operates on time scales appropriate to the business—in this case, due to material and manufacturing lead times, orders for material are placed significantly in advance, so the most important result is to predict well, on average, over periods of interest.
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Quantitative methods include econometric methods, expert systems, and extrapolation. Here I have smoothed the sales data somewhat to aid interpretation. The approach I like to take is to build a simple model as a baseline right away, then use that to compare more complicated methods.
This is presented in the form of a set of simple strategies that any organization can use to master the process of forecasting. The reason for these latter variables is based on my experience and data understanding that the model could use this information as predictive.
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