eBook Sales Forecasting Management: Understanding the Techniques, Systems and Management of the Sales Forecasting Process download
by Carol Bienstock,John T. Mentzer
Author: Carol Bienstock,John T. Mentzer
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; Pap/Dskt edition (January 1, 1998)
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Category: Work and Money
Subcategory: Marketing and Sales
Sales Forecasting Management provides an easy coverage of both quantitative and qualitative forecasting techniques along with a clear understanding of the forecasting needs within a company.
Sales Forecasting Management provides an easy coverage of both quantitative and qualitative forecasting techniques along with a clear understanding of the forecasting needs within a company. Special skills in mathematics are not needed to go through the first chapters. Understanding becomes easier as you advance in your reading.
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John T. (Tom) Mentzer was born on December 7, 1951 in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Sales Forecasting Management: Understanding the Techniques, Systems and Management of the Sales Forecasting Process (1998). Supply Chain Management (2000). He continued his studies at Michigan State University, graduating with an MBA and a P. After completing his studies, Mentzer worked for General Motors and then took a position at Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) in Blacksburg, Virginia, where he stayed for 17 years.
Managing the sales forecasting process - Sales .
Managing the sales forecasting process - Sales forecasting performance measurement - Time series forecasting techniques - Regression analysis - Qualitative sales forecasting - Sales forecasting systems - Benchmark studies : the surveys - Benchmark studies : world-class forecasting - Benchmark studies : conducting a forecasting audit - Managing the sales forecasting function
Forecasting provides them this knowledge. Similarly, an opinion poll of the sales representatives, wholesalers or marketing experts may be helpful in formulating demand projections.
Forecasting provides them this knowledge. Forecasting is the process of estimating the relevant events of future, based on the analysis of their past and present behaviour. The future cannot be probed unless one knows how the events have occurred in the past and how they are occurring presently. If opinion polls give widely divergent views, the experts may be called for discussion and explanation of why they are holding a particular view.
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The book provides comprehensive coverage of the techniques and applications of sales forecasting analysis, combined with a managerial focus to give managers and users of the sales forecasting function a clear understanding of the forecasting needs of all business functions.
by Carol C. Bienstock and John Tom Mentzer.
Sales Forecasting Management : Understanding the Techniques, Systems and Management of the Sales Forecasting Process. by Carol C.
PDF Sales forecasting is a common activity in most companies affecting operations, marketing and planning. Little is known about its practice. Got it. We value your privacy.
The book includes a free demonstration cassette of the authors′ Multicaster software system, used by many companies to develop quantitative sales forecasts.