A Guide to Planning and Forecasting in Uncertain Times
Almost all businesses have had forecasts and plans adversely impacted by pandemic driven and now macroeconomic volatility. Some industries saw unprecedented gains, while others saw severe losses. As pandemic concerns decrease, geopolitical tensions are rising, creating an additional layer of uncertainty for finance leaders.
Now more than ever, executives need to understand how global forces impact their businesses. Whether it’s a black swan event like the pandemic, temporary or systemic rising inflation, a shortage of workers, a surge in oil prices, or the regular ups and downs of the business cycle, now is the time to tap into the power of global data and machine learning.