SAS: Turbo-Charging Spreadsheets Accessing SAS® Forecast Server From Microsoft Excel

According to major surveys of organizational forecasting practices, there is continued widespread use of spreadsheets for forecasting, despite major advances during the last 20 years in the availability, performance and ease of use of business forecasting software . And forecasting is not just for supply-and-demand planning anymore .
Elements of forecasting are incorporated into a broad range of business problems across all industries . Automotive manufacturers and consumer product companies

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