NFPA is excited to announce the release of NFPA’s Electronic Statistical Toolkit 7, the new edition of NFPA’s popular Excel-based market analysis software package that is continuously evolving based on member input. Toolkit 7 offers a new custom global forecast application and expanded custom U.S. forecast features, while continuing to allow users to automate time-consuming calculations, trend analysis and custom forecasting with simple point-and-click menu options as you create graphs and hard data that can be easily transferred to other reports and presentations.
Improvements and additions in Toolkit 7 include:
- Custom Global Forecast Application
Oxford Economics’ hydraulic and pneumatic demand forecast data by country is the focus of this new application. Much like the Toolkit’s custom U.S. forecast application, a weight allocation model allows you to assign global hydraulic and pneumatic demand weights to your company and products to create a custom global forecast.
- Expanded Custom U.S. Forecast Features
The number of markets allowed to develop weight allocation for the custom U.S. forecast has been increased from five to seven.
Important Reminder: Participation in NFPA’s Confidential Shipment Statistics Program (CSS) is required.
Questions? Contact Eric Armstrong at (414) 778-3372 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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