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With only 42% of companies rating their S&OP process as effective, we asked the question, what if, using powerful analytics, you could get insights into of all your low and high margin products and find opportunities for improvement on the fly?

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With only 42% of companies rating their S&OP process as effective, we asked the question, what if, using powerful analytics, you could get insights into of all your low and high margin products and find opportunities for improvement on the fly?

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According to a recent survey, 65% of companies are still using spreadsheets in planning their supply chain process, and while they are familiar, inexpensive, and convenient relying on spreadsheets pose serious setbacks for organizations.

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