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Supply Chain Planning

Supply chain covers all planning activities from procurement to sales that contribute to getting the right products to the right clients at the right time. Despite all relevant differences between supply chain planning in the industrial and services world, best practices can be used in both contexts.

 

 

The Increasing pressure from global competition, the need to assess and reduce risk and to get products or services faster to the market, the increasingly complex patterns of customer demand, the increasing consumer expectations about service level and environmental concerns, demand companies to manage their supply chains towards these issues.

Nowadays, companies that want to thrive in an ever-changing market need to have a more agile and proactive attitude by correctly planning their supply chain activities to predict and mitigate future problems.

 

Related Case Studies

HOME DELIVERY: REDUCING THE DISTRIBUTION COSTS OF LARGE FORMATS.
UNIFYING AN ELECTRONIC RETAILER LOGISTICS FLOW FROM SUPPLIERS TO STORES.
PLANNING TOOL FOR AN E-COMMERCE DISTRIBUTION OPERATION.