The Shelf-Connected Checklist: How Demand Driven Are You?

How demand driven is your business? And where can you improve?

The terms “shelf-connected” and “demand-driven” have been in use for years within the supply chain community.

The prevailing strategy that traditional ERP/MRP vendors have focused on to achieve being shelf-connected is to implement Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (CPFR).

Yet today’s advanced capabilities around Demand Driven Value Networks (DDVN) have dramatically changed the game.

This checklist identifies the essential requirements of being shelf-connected, and helps executives identify the areas with room for improvement.

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