Solving the Supply Chain Planning Puzzle

Attaining superior supply chain planning and optimization capabilities has become a necessity for survival in today's highly competitive global manufacturing environment. By Logility

September 12, 2018

Top Supply Chain Challenges for Manufacturing Companies

Manufacturers today face a long list of tough supply chain challenges. Supply chain teams that rely on a jumble of spreadsheets, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, and antiquated supply chain applications risk failure. Keeping data in many different places and systems limits visibility and creates misaligned plans.

There is good news. A convergence of advanced solutions makes this a great time to take your supply chain planning and optimization capabilities to the next level and solve the never-ending supply chain puzzle. Keep reading to learn six supply chain planning practices to have on your side.

Six Capabilities Every Manufacturer Needs:

  1. Multi-variate demand segmentation
  2. Product Life Cycle Forecasting
  3. "What-if" Scenario Planning
  4. Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) or Integrated Business Planning (IBP)
  5. Supply Chain Master Data Management
  6. Advanced Analytics

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