Predictive analytics

Predictive analytics uses a mix of statistical and machine learning techniques to analyze current and historical data to make predictions.

Demand forecasting

Machine learning can analyse customers' historical data in real-time so that it can respond to demand fluctuations faster. Predictive models can account for a complex web of factors including consumer buying habits, raw material availability, trade war impacts, weather-related shipping conditions, supplier issues, and unseen disruptions.

Manufacturers can better optimize the number of dispatched vehicles to local warehouses and reduce operational costs since they improve their manpower planning, warehouses can reduce the holding costs, and customers are less likely to experience stockouts.

Defect detection & predictive maintenance

Being able to predict defects and failures using AI can reduce unplanned downtime on the shop floor, and significantly improve product quality, throughput, and yield.

Sensors in machines create a continuous stream of data on their use and state of maintenance. Predictive maintenance uses data analysis and algorithms to predict the need of maintenance, helping prevent unnecessary downtime.

Customer insights

Manufacturers can gain a better understanding of customers needs by applying data analytics to obtain insights into how customers use products. These customer insights can be used to improve product designs and production processes.

Sales forecasting

Sales forecasting takes into account historical sales data, seasonal variations, and other data.

Precise sales forecasts let you automatically determine optimal order quantities and maximize margins.

Supply planning

AI can help businesses analyse demand in real-time so that organizations update their supply planning parameters dynamically to optimize supply chain flow.

With dynamic supply planning, businesses use fewer resources since dynamic planning minimizes waste.

Route optimization

AI can help businesses analyse and optimize routes.

Businesses can reduce shipping costs and speed up the shipping process.

Churn prediction

Measuring churn is important for retail businesses as the metric reflects the customer’s response towards the product, service, price, and competition.

Machine learning can identify customers at risk of churn ahead of time and retain them with personalized offers and services.

Dynamic pricing

Dynamic pricing is real-time pricing where the price of a product responds to changes on demand, supply, competition price, subsidiary product prices.

Machine learning can analyse customers' historical data in real-time so that it can respond to demand fluctuations faster with adjusted prices.

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