Sales forecasting is not about complex algorithms
Rather, it is about simple value-creating process steps
An increasing number of companies are faced with challenges in connection with their sales forecasting. Among the most common examples are low forecast accuracy, high complexity, lack of competencies in forecast, “black box numbers” and heavy work processes.
Royal Greenland optimises its supply chain
“Breaking the curve” is a list of initiatives for reducing inventories in Royal Greenland’s supply chain around the world. For the last couple of years, two large initiatives have been running, namely the implementation of sales and operations planning (S&OP) and the implementation of master/tactical planning.
Global Grundfos strategy yields clear results
Grundfos is ready for rolling out their global supply chain in the entire company after successful tests in the industry segment.
Keep the balance with 8 inventory management viewpoints
Many companies initiate projects on inventory optimisation, when inventories are too large and/or delivery performance is too low. All too often, companies face both challenges at the same time and, consequently, there is a need to find a balanced approach, where net working capital and delivery performance are equally in focus.
Customer-driven supply chain
Can the supply chain support and enable the business as well as create increased customer value? Looking at best-in-class performers, empowering the supply chain not only benefits customers, it drives business results too.
Maintenance managers find it difficult to achieve high service levels and perfect compliance while keeping costs down and lost-time incidents to a minimum. So how do you keep your budget without putting your reputation on the line?
SAP Supply Chain Management
Changes in an operating system will have technical and financial impact across the organisation. That is why an integrated approach is the only way forward for effective supply change management.