We’ve spent more than a decade developing solutions to help firms like HP, Jaguar Land Rover and Nokia perfect their planning capabilities. 
We’ve developed partnerships with the best in the business to harness every relevant advance in planning technology.
We’ll help you predict your needs, shape your supply chain, and respond instantaneously to challenges and opportunities.
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The three cardinal truths of forecasting

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The forecast is never perfect


The best planning recognizes the intrinsic challenge of forecasting the future. The trick is to acknowledge this weakness and create multiple plans and forecasts, which model as many variables as possible.

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It's easier to forecast at an aggregate level than at the individual item or product level


Modern planning makes use of technology to harness big data to aid in formulating plans on a macro level. That data should also be mined to best inform individual item- or product-level planning.

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The closer one gets to the moment of fulfillment, the more accurate it is


Traditionally, planning and execution were two separate phases. With today’s technology, that’s inexcusable. Your fulfillment should take place as soon as possible after plans have been drawn up, ideally in real-time.

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Plan at the right level, at the right time

Always be ready to plan at the right level – The planning funnel becomes an opportunity continuum.

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Cloud architecture evolution

Steelwedge takes advantage of third-generation cloud architecture, leveraging Silicon Valley innovation for the planning process.

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