This e-book explores Inventory Optimization and Multi-echelon Inventory Optimization strategies to help minimize costs while meeting customer service requirements, and provides examples of how to build these capabilities at your company.
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Supplying holiday fireworks is challenging, supply chain professionals from thousands of different companies supplying consumable and non-consumable products have to consider past demand trends and predict their products’ demand especially for the US 4th of July holiday.
(July 04, 2017)
Your company’s inventory efficient frontier is a tradeoff curve between working capital and service level and represents the currently achievable service level at any corresponding inventory investment.
(July 04, 2017)
This is the fifth post in a series where we investigate some of the myths and mistruths around Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP).
(June 23, 2017)
The topic of today's post is one we hear often and industry research shows it is not going away fast enough, the reliance on spreadsheets and other less sophisticated solutions to manage the S&OP process.
(June 12, 2017)
This third in a series of posts that investigates some of the S&OP myths and mistruths and takes a look at one of the hot buttons in the industry; real-time response planning... S&OP the right solution to manage your real-time respond planning needs?
(May 24, 2017)
In this second post in our series of S&OP myths we highlight the need for flexibility in the S&OP process to facilitate a robust and repeatable process that can support your company’s business objectives.
(May 23, 2017)
This is the first of a series of five posts that investigates common myths and mistruths I have heard over the last 20+ years regarding Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP); hopefully, by exploring these myths we can generate a greater understanding of what S&OP is and what it is not.
(May 11, 2017)
Execution managers may not need to attend S&OP meetings, however, they should be given the details of the S&OP-generated plans and forecasts in order to drive their operations planning.
(January 26, 2017)
MID Retail co-founders Mike Ruhana and Chuck Miller discuss the qualities that lead to retail supply chain success. Drawing on their experience with more than 100 leading retailers they have identified five habits for retail planning and allocation success that are, in their words, “true difference makers.” (August 01, 2014)
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