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Logility Monthly Supply Chain Trends and Insights
By Winfred Amoako & Lachelle Buchanan
Gone are the days when supply chain managers could have a rudimentary plan for dealing with disruptions. Today, disruptions to the supply chain are constant and frequent, narrowing the window of opportunity for effective decisions and responses. This calls for strategies to not only survive the next upheaval - no matter the magnitude - but to thrive in the face of any challenge.
In this newsletter: Understanding demand signals for more accurate forecasting; modern technology that attracts the right supply chain talent; five reasons to adopt better ways to design and optimize your supply chain, and smart inventory management techniques that address supply and demand uncertainty.
Disruption is the new status quo. Plan accordingly.
While you can’t always predict supply chain disruptions, that doesn’t mean you can’t be better prepared. Create the supply chain agility and flexibility necessary to meet the challenges you continue to encounter.
How Can You Protect Your Organization from Demand Constraints? Without a proper understanding of true demand, organizations can fail to meet orders and maintain a steady and profitable workflow. To be strategically effective, demand planners must understand real-time supply chain activity for more accurate forecasting.
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