The art and science of making future predictions.
Essential to planning and budgeting at every level of an organization.
What is Forecasting?
John Spacey, updated on February 02, 2017
Forecasting is the process of making future predictions based on analysis of past data and trends. The use of statistical probabilities are central to forecasting techniques as the future generally can't be predicted with certainty.
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