7 Factors That Influence the Success of Rolling Forecasts

Redwood City, CA – April 28, 2016 –

Posted by John O'Rourke

Remember the baseball great Yogi Berra? One of my favorite Yogi quotes is “It's hard making predictions – especially about the future.” This is especially true in today's market.

Predicting the future in business is tough, and rolling forecasts are becoming a popular way to address this, particularly in industries that are more dynamic and volatile. Yet, while a rolling forecast will improve the accuracy of your planning, there are specific tactics that can optimize your results and ensure precision. Here are some of the main factors that will influence the success of your rolling forecasts.

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