Struggling to Synchronize Operating Plans with Strategic Objectives?
That’s why Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) consistently ranks as a top-three management priority. A strong, repeatable S&OP process frees up working capital, improves service levels, reduces organizational friction, and boosts revenue growth.
Helping Executives Mitigate Risks and Capture Rewards
S&OP consistently ranks as one of the top three priorities for management teams. A strong, repeatable S&OP process increases forecast accuracy, frees up working capital improves service levels, reduces organizational friction, and boosts revenue growth.
In the post-pandemic world, S&OP, and Integrated Business Planning (IBP) have become more important than ever before.
S&OP is a fundamental business process that aligns sales and marketing with operations teams including customer service, supply chain, manufacturing, procurement, and transportation to better synchronize operating plans with strategic goals and objectives. The primary goal is to help the C-suite calibrate risk and reward.
A key component in mitigating business risk and capturing greater rewards, S&OP success is dependent on strategic clarity and the alignment of metrics to drive business outcomes across multiple planning horizons.