Crunch time 6
A series on digital technology and transformation in finance
Examine specific digital disruptors and their impacts in our "Crunch time" report series. Whatever your interest, one thing is clear: From cloud computing and robotics to analytics, cognitive technologies, and blockchain, a new class of digital disruptors is transforming how the work of finance gets done
Latest: Forecasting in the digital world
Traditionally, forecasting has been a mostly manual process with people gathering, compiling, and manipulating data, often within spreadsheets. There’s another way. Organisations are shifting to forecasting processes that involve people working symbiotically with data-fueled, predictive algorithms.
This guide shares the basics of algorithmic forecasting and how it changes forecasting processes, the workforce, and decision making. Find out how organisations are using algorithmic forecasting to create more accurate and timely predictions—and the lessons they learned along the way.
Crunch time 6: Forecasting in a digital world
Organisations are shifting to forecasting processes that involve people working symbiotically with data-fueled, predictive algorithms. It’s all made possible by new technologies— advanced analytics platforms, in-memory computing, and artificial intelligence (AI) tools, including machine learning.
Today, these technologies in the hands of expert forecasting talent give companies the ability to discover things they’ve always wanted to know—as well as things they didn’t know they didn’t know—with more confidence and speed.
You can find our previous Crunch time reports here:
- Crunch time 1 Digital tools for CFOs
- Crunch time 2 CFO's talk off the record
- Crunch time 3 CFOs and the digital transformation of finance
- Crunch time 4 Blockchain for Finance
- Crunch time 5 Finance 2025