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When preparing the implementation of a planning and forecasting system I am often asked if we can just take the existing spreadsheet solution and squeeze this into the new system. Invariably my answer is: Yes, we can do this, but we should not. Why?
The first step in forecasting is to understand where we are today and how we arrived at that point from the past. This is gain through analysis and reporting.