Demand forecasting during COVID-19 brings a whole set of challenges and opportunities. COVID-19 is a black swan event and most of the critical demand forecasts that underpin your business could be wrong for the next 3-12 months, if not more.
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Who is leading digital transformation in your business right now? We have all had to master the use of Zoom and/or Microsoft Teams as a result of COVID-19. But that is just one part of digital transformation that businesses have been driven to
Banks are currently being run off their feet. They have set their number one priority to help their existing clients with the Business Finance Scheme and you need to go prepared. It is not a time to change banks. They want clients to act sooner
Banks are ready to lend. Are you bank ready? The NZ Government is now backing a $6.25 billion Business Finance Guarantee Scheme to help businesses hit by the coronavirus crisis. Businesses with turnover between $250,000 and $80 million can
We are here to help If you need help to weather the COVID-19 crisis, Smetric has a team of business experts providing a free, a fully funded COVID-19 Business Support service. This service will help you get your ship in order, plan some scenarios,
There is a great opportunity for New Zealand businesses to improve business performance and productivity by outsourcing data analytics. Businesses that adopt analytics, including predictive analytics, are gaining competitive advantage as they
Data Analytics and Data Visualisation were the theme for the recent CA Catalyst workshops on in Australia and New Zealand. I participated on the panel in Sydney, Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton and Tauranga. It was great to see CA Catalyst take
Sydney Festival Background Every January, Sydney Festival starts the New Year with a bang, transforming the city with a bold cultural celebration based on critical ideas and cutting-edge art and performance. The first festival took place in 1977
I spent a few hours at the Xero Roadshow 2019 in Auckland yesterday and attended the session on Future Proofing Your Practice. The main thing I learned (well I actually knew it already) was that having tools doesn't mean that they are being used.