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Demand Planning

AI – the solution to future proofing the ag industry

May 3, 2021

Kevin Cooney, Acting CEO, Farmlands, discusses how AI could be the answer to forecasting demand in an increasingly volatile ag industry. Political and social pressure on farmers to make changes to farming practices to address growing climate and environment concerns gained new impetus this month with Environment Minister David Parker, saying that the farming sector has been asked and agreed…

Data Analytics

5 Key Demand Planning Recommendations for the iPhone 12

October 30, 2020

The new iPhone range is finally here – What was the initial consumer response and what does this mean for planners looking to forecast in one of the most unpredictable launch years to date? To answer this, we analysed consumer buying signals coming out of the iPhone 12 launch announcement and from the equivalent iPhone 11 launch in a selection…

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Quantiful Insights at the AWS Data and Analytics Virtual Series

September 17, 2020

Quantiful Co-Founders Jamie and Alan joined the AWS Data and Analytics Virtual Series on Monday the 21st of September to share how QU is using state-of-the-art AI to revolutionise business planning and is enabling enterprises to get closer to their customers than ever before. During Quantiful’s webinar, viewers discovered how we use data from sales, consumer buying signals and macroeconomic…

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Why Our New Chief Product Officer is Obsessive About Customers

August 14, 2020

We are excited to welcome Rebecca Kemp to our team as Chief Product Officer, responsible for understanding the customers’ perspective and ensuring global market fit for QU, our cloud-based demand driven prediction platform. Rebecca Kemp Joins Quantiful.ai as Chief Product Officer Rebecca brings a self-described obsession with customer focus, believing that only by living in their world can digital products…

Demand Planning

World’s smartest demand planning tool, QU by Quantiful

May 26, 2020

Sales and Operations Planning is the central point of most enterprise decisions as big bets are placed on anticipated demand which result in portfolio planning and procurement outcomes. This age-old process is critical to unlocking spend for product and services but sadly is somewhat of a dying art as enterprises’ commitment to it wanes in favour of individuals’ intuition, compounded…