EyeOn helps large companies to control complexity and get grip on uncertainty by designing, implementing and executing excellent planning processes as a discriminating factor for success. EyeOn bundles, develops and shares top level knowledge about planning and forecasting, resulting in continuous efficiency for its clients.
In five content master classes, EyeOn’s experts educate forecasting and planning practitioners (on both operational and managerial level) in the planning-process fundamentals and key success factors. Matching academic frameworks, proven implementation methodologies, best-in-class industry practices and interactive exercises train how to define and execute sustainable improvements in planning processes to increase quality, speed and effectiveness.
Follow one of our master classes to share experiences and best-practices concerning Planning & Forecasting with peers in your industry. Find below more information per specific master class.
Get in touch to follow one of our master classes
EyeOn organizes on a regular base master classes whereby there is an unique opportunity to meet and discuss with your peers from other companies. Dates can be found on this page. Besides that EyeOn organizes in-house master classes, whereby we can focus on specific business challenges.
If you would like to know more about our master classes or follow one of the courses, please contact Kim van Broekhoven at firstname.lastname@example.org. If no concrete dates are planned we will discuss suitable dates and locations.
Feedback from participants
”Excellent presentations and insights on inventory management. Good mix of concepts, practical examples and statistical formulas.” – participant from Merck
” I would like to sincerely thank you for the great opportunity that you provided. The topics were practical, to the point and really eye opening to me. The two day stay at the Croy gave me the assurance that I am on right track on my methodology for re-design of our current supply chain.” – Mohsen Hashemi, Supply Chain Coordinator ICRC