Build robust models on billions of data points

Today’s environment creates a heightened emphasis on accurate and robust business forecasts that anticipate needs such as changing a market from wholesale to retail, predicting product demand, and understanding product mix and product levels by store location. 

Microsoft Excel was designed for creating sophisticated models, but data extracts, joins, splicing and data wrangling can be a challenge.

SafeGraph – Ryan Squire
Senior Data Scientist
AtScale – Dave Mariani
Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer

Join experts from SafeGraph and AtScale for this live webinar to learn how to use Microsoft Excel as your crystal ball for business forecasting – painlessly.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Combine your data with public or purchased data to enrich insights
  • Build sophisticated time relative analyses like period to date calculations
  • Use Microsoft Excel pivot tables against billions of data points for data exploration
  • Build a model that will automatically refresh at the cell level

And then you’ll be able to:

  • Understand the product mix and product level by store location
  • Model and forecast revenue and expenses
  • Use semi-additive measure for tracking inventory levels
  • Calculate per member per month KPIs

Date/Time: Thursday September 24, 2020 10AM PT / 1PM ET

Who should attend: Data Scientists, BI Analysts, Data & Analytics Leaders, Supply Chain & Logistics Professionals, Finance Analysts

About our speakers:

Ryan Squire, Senior Data Scientist, SafeGraph: 

Ryan is SafeGraph’s first employee and Senior Data Scientist. Ryan holds an M.S. with an officially unfinished Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Stanford University and a B.A. from Oberlin College. He has helped showcase the power of SafeGraph data both on- and offline through blogs and webinars, as well as conference, podcast and television appearances.


Dave Mariani, Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer, AtScale:

Dave is one of the co-founders of AtScale and is the Chief Strategy Officer. Prior to AtScale, he was VP of Engineering at Klout & at Yahoo! where he built the world’s largest multi-dimensional cube for BI on Hadoop. Mariani is a Big Data visionary & serial entrepreneur.

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