Forecasters Weigh In: What’s Next for Commercial Forecasting?

Webcasts

Now Available On Demand! What is key learning? Over 50% of industry forecasters said they would like better access to one key thing. Join us to discuss this important finding and more from our IQVIA Commercial Forecasting Trends Survey.

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Event overview:

IQVIA’s Commercial Forecasting Trends Survey has revealed critical trends in the evolution of forecasting in the life sciences industry.

Join us for this webinar where we discuss the results, which reveal what challenges the industry faces along with key patterns in forecasting methods across large and small pharma companies. Some of the specific topics we will unpack include changes to organizational processes, shifts in forecasting tool design, and the use of real-world data and algorithms to support forecasting efforts.

3 Key take-aways

  • See key results from the IQVIA Commercial Forecasting Trends Survey
  • Gain insight into the top challenges faced by forecasters across the industry
  • Learn about the innovations forecasters predict will be trending next

Speakers

David Wolter
Vice President, Consulting Services
IQVIA

David Wolter is a Vice President of IQVIA’s Consulting Services group. He has more than 15 years of experience in management consulting as well as with modeling system development, and is the lead of the US Strategy & Portfolio Analysis Solution Team. His past work has covered a wide range of activities including product valuations, detailed forecasting exercises, analogue analyses, and decision-analysis/strategy projects – both with and without the support of software tools. David has an MBA from Stanford GSB, an MS in Accounting from DePaul University and a BA in Economics from Amherst College.

Alexandra Tataru, MBA
Associate Principal Consulting Services

Alex Tataru is the product lead for Forecast Horizon and has managed forecasting engagements with a wide range of clients. She has 10+ years of experiences in various healthcare fields from medical device R&D to management consulting to software design and implementation. She has an MBA from Columbia University, and an MS in Mechanical engineering from Stanford University..

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