The ability to anticipate and predict future growth opportunities has never been more crucial and a business with the ability to pivot will maintain the competitive edge, outlasting the competition.
Deerfield, IL (PRWEB) October 12, 2013
4i announced today their keynote participation in the Business Forecasting 2013 – Predictive Analytics Summit on October 18th. 4i specializes in helping companies identify and develop optimum growth decisions, strategies and implementation leveraging their revolutionaty growth and foresight analytics and processes. These services offer clients in multiple industries (including cpg, retail, health, insurance and technology) the ability to better predict and manage their financial resources and improve performance.
“We’ve built our company surrounding the notion that innovative problem solving and predictive capabilities are necessary for survival in today’s marketplace,” said 4i Managing Partner Dr. Eugene Roytburg. The ability to analyze changes in demand, customer and marketing conditions not only continue positive growth, but also accelerate it.”
Dr. Roytburg is scheduled to speak during the second day of the Business Forecasting 2013 – Predictive Analytics Summit at 8:30 AM and also 11:00 AM. The conference is a two-day learning, exchange of best practices and networking summit focused on competitive and market forecasting by way of superior prediction capabilities. The comprehensive program explores a breadth of market forecasting challenges including competitive landscape, big data insights, social media intelligence, CI usage and allocation and predicting growth opportunities. Attendees are given an unrivaled opportunity to learn from case studies, hands-on workshops, and technology round tables, presented by some of the most innovative practitioners, thought leaders and methodologists working in forecasting today.
On behalf of 4i, Dr. Roytburg will be speaking on topics such as “Future Driven Planning” and “Growth Forecasting,” drawing from his experiences in the industry. Dr. Roytburg is regarded as the premier thought leader bringing Science, Advanced Analytics, and Consulting to business problem solving and decision-making. At this landmark event, Dr. Roytburg will introduce the concept of future-driven planning, offering insights into how to go beyond traditional forecasting, and beyond the limitations typically encountered. Introducing the exciting topic of growth forecasting, Dr. Roytburg will offer concrete advice about improving transparency, understanding product demand in real time, and overcoming the traditional supply/demand gap.
“Competitive Intelligence is a great opportunity to bring together industry leaders and forward thinkers,” said Dr. Roytburg. “The ability to anticipate and predict future growth opportunities has never been more crucial and a business with the ability to pivot will maintain the competitive edge, outlasting the competition. Successful growth strategies have become an applied science and I anticipate sharing my experiences.”
With more than 20 years of experience in developing transforming analytics and insight functions, Dr. Roytburg delivers higher value add for his clients. He has a combined 22 years of corporate, academic, and consulting experience, including positions at CNH, SPSS, Nielsen, and Moldova Academy. He has led strategic management consulting firms such as Booz, A.T. Kearney, 4i Consulting Group, and Business Management Consultants. Dr. Roytburg will also be speaking at the Marketing Analytics and Insights Conference in San Francisco, sponsored by 4i to be held on November 11 & 12, driving a discussion on growth and foresight analytics.
4i’s forward-looking approach helps clients uncover future growth opportunities, size future demand, and develop successful growth strategies to succeed in tomorrow's marketplace. Their foresight analytics have been proven over time to deliver consistently accurate results that help clients realize unparalleled growth opportunities. For more information on 4i, please visit http://www.4iconsult.com/ or contact Eugene Roytburg at (630) 799-8155.