If you have commodities or raw materials in your cost base, you need to forecast future prices. Investment banks employ teams of analysts to do this. Most other businesses don’t. They don’t because they can’t afford to. In practice, it’s often one element of someone’s role, such as a buyer or a treasurer.
And it’s a hard task thanks to:
nouse.io was created because continuously monitoring the ever-growing number of news sources, analyzing the dizzying number of data sets, and deciding which events impact the future price, is an impossible challenge for any person or team.
What nouse.io does is to harness the power of artificial intelligence on standard and alternative data sets to forecast commodity prices.
We are always adding more commodities to nouse.io.
Any not covered today can be added relatively quickly on-demand – get in touch to discuss your needs.
Wheat, Corn , Sugar , Cotton, Ethylene
Aluminum, Copper, Zinc, Lead, Cobalt, Nickel, Steel rebar
nouse.io is part of Flow&Ebb. Flow&Ebb are specialists in commodity price risk management. We help organizations to protect their margins from volatile commodity prices. We do this through both consulting and innovative technology.
Most of our clients buy commodities either directly or within their direct materials or raw material purchases.
Andrew has worked as an advisor to C-level executives in Technology and Sourcing for the past 20 years.
Andrew Burgess is a thought-leader and practitioner in Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Process Automation, and is regularly invited to speak at conferences on the subject. Read More..
He is a strategic advisor to a number of ambitious companies in the field of disruptive technologies. He has written two books; ‘The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2018) and, with the London School of Economics, ‘The Rise of Legal Services Outsourcing’ (Bloomsbury, 2014). He was recently awarded ‘Automation Champion of the Year’ by the Global Sourcing Association. He is a prolific writer on the ‘future of work’ both in his popular weekly newsletter and in industry magazines and blogs. www.ajburgess.com
Chris is a Director at Symphony Labs.
Chris Gayner has spent the last 15 years working in fast paced, growth orientated environments – spanning Technology, Media, Consulting and Professional Services - driving business outcomes through innovative and creative solutions. Read More..
Chris's role as Director of Symphony Labs aims to develop and align a network of clients, partners and leading minds across the Intelligent Automation eco-system, to solve some of the biggest challenges business leaders face around the future of work. Chris is also a contributor to The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence (APPG AI) and commentator on RPA, Intelligent Automation and AI Technology. He is a big believer in the power of technology plus people to overcome critical business and societal challenges.