Fortune Favors the Prepared: Planning Your Way to Success in Retail
Attend this webinar to learn how these winners are deploying SAP Integrated Business Planning to:
– Bring together strategic planning, merchandise planning, assortment planning, supply and demand planning, execution and allocation management.
– Automate the collection of critical data points for accurate forecasting and capacity allocations.
– Minimize working capital requirements by reducing overproduction, avoiding inventory obsolescence, and reducing inefficiencies at 3PLs, brokers and carriers.
Extreme Agility: Respond to Evolving Markets with Real-time Supply Chain Planning.
Attend this webinar, co-presented by SAP and Intrigo, to hear about the latest trends in supply chain planning, and how leading global corporations have built advanced capabilities to:
– Speed up the global planning process cycle by as much as 50%
– Provide global visibility and collaboration into planning cycle tasks, decisions, and outcomes
– Automate the collection of critical data points for accurate forecasting and capacity allocations
– Minimize working capital requirements by reducing over-production, avoiding inventory obsolescence, and reducing inefficiencies at third-party logistics
The buzz: “A goal without a plan is just a wish” (Antoine de Saint-Exupery). Sales and operations planning is a critical first step for the success of any business. The challenge? Doing it well. Best practices for a seamless supply chain: Gauge demand (avoid over- or under-stocked inventory). Optimize demand with supply. Collaborate with stakeholders and suppliers. Get buy-in across the organization. Simplify and publish the plan. “Wash, rinse, repeat.”
The experts speak:
Join us for Seamless Supply Chain Challenge: Plan Ahead, Get Ahead.
Learn how Corning leveraged SAP IBP to address their business challenges.
Key issues faced:
– Lack of global Visibility and collaboration in the planning cycle tasks, decisions, and outcomes
– Time-consuming and manual collection of data points for forecasting and capacity allocations
– Forecasting errors led to higher inventory levels