Five Capabilities to Take the Food and Beverage Supply Chain to the Next Level

Five Capabilities to Take the Food and Beverage Supply Chain to the Next Level

March 20, 2018
Food and beverage supply chains face mounting pressure to reduce costs, add more value and do more with fewer resources. All while the pace of new product introductions increases, customers become more demanding and the need to serve multiple channels grows.

The 100 Billion Dollar Returns Question

March 13, 2018
Now that the holiday season is behind us, retailers can sleep easy, right? Well, no. Seasons are now both shorter and more frequent which means you quickly move on to the next one. However, a large and rapidly growing issue has emerged: the cost of returns.

The Best Time to be Proactive is… Now

March 7, 2018
Natural disaster. Factory stoppage. Labor dispute. Political upheaval. The list of potential supply chain disruptions is quite long. When your carefully planned supply chain runs into trouble it can cause a ripple effect across your company, partners and customers.

Building the Business Case for Digital Transformation of Supply Chain Planning

February 21, 2018
It seems like the phrase 'digital transformation' is everywhere these days. There are as many definitions for digital transformation and articles on the subject. I like the definition provided in i-scoop's online guide to digital transformation.

The Importance of Demand Planning

February 15, 2018
With increasing frequency, I have noticed blog posts touting the position that 'demand planning is dead.' Why? Often, these posts claim the proliferation of products and distribution channels coupled with the accelerated pace of the supply chain makes it too difficult to create accurate forecasts.

Changing the Status Quo to Stay Ahead of the Amazon Effect

January 25, 2018
Planning teams face multiple dilemmas including promoting and supporting top line growth, containing cost, efficiently managing on-going operations and finding new ways to drive innovation.

Making Cents Out of Demand Sensing

January 16, 2018
As a supply chain professional, we need to consider how actions in one part of the supply chain affect both upstream and downstream operations. This is especially true for those that work in and manage the demand planning proces
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