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    Sales Forecasting

    Can someone point me where I can grab a template, or learn more about this? In my case I want to be able to consider forecasted sales from accounting in different ways. We're a consulting company. That single number forecast, say $1M, could be 4 $250k jobs or 20 $50k jobs or more likely some spread. And that spread could be based on historical sales or what we're marketing for thus hope to have. Then, once I have these numbers I can assign the resources needed for the different 'spreads' and try to come up with a hiring plan based on the results.

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    That sort of thing sounds unique to your company.
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    Actually I'd think that every professional services firm would need this.

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    Yes, but the breakdown would be unique I believe. And that's probably where you'll hit the proprietary info wall.
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