We are developing a plan to implement AVP (or VPi) and need to improve
the forecasting information flowing into our execution planning system.
We have some experience with the XA Forecasting application, but are
really not likely to fully utilize the product life cycles and other
functionality contained in FCST application.

Has anyone found a forecasting application that does support the creation
of planning families but is a little easier to work with? (We really need
to find a system that our Sales and Marketing group can take some
ownership of, and still have time to add and maintain customers.)

Thanks

Roger Blocher
IS Manager
TECH International
P.O. Box 486
Johnstown, Ohio 43031-0486
P: 740-966-8009
F: 740-966-8090
http://www.tech-international.com



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