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I have a customer who wants to start using Demand Forecasting in AX2012 R3. Currently, the master planning module is being run successfully.
Could you please tell me the logic behind generating a statistical demand forecast?
Just taking a simple case for an item below to a customer for 3 months and I would like to know, what is the basis system has arrived the Demand forecast?
Month Actual Demand is
Aug-2018 - 3543
Sep-2018 - 2419
Oct-2018 - 5981
Now, the forecast generated by the system for the period November'2018 is 6978 and December is 1968. How can I check that, this figure is correct??
I have also atttached the generated forecast and period by which, it has run. Apprecating an earliest solution please...
Check this link ellipsesolutions.com/introduction-demand-forecasting-microsoft-dynamics-ax-part-1
Use ARTXP if you are looking at short term (less than 5 buckets) predictions.
Use ARIMA if you are looking for long term predictions.
Microsoft, recommends using the Value of “Mixed” when using over 5 forecast buckets/periods.
Thank you for the details. That helps... :-)
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