Improve profitability by aligning sales, operations and finance
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How to create a resilient supply chain with a competitive edge using sales and operations planning.
Today, companies face greater uncertainty than ever. In a volatile business landscape where the conditions are constantly changing, you need to be able to act proactively in your business. Thus, you need a resilient supply chain with a competitive edge, as this is what makes the difference between success and failure. With sales and operations planning (S&OP), you can navigate the uncertainty of the business landscape.
Supply chain planning is not all about planning to be able to react to every possible outcome. It is much more about creating strong processes, so you can predict and proactively adapt to unforeseen events. S&OP enables you to act proactively in highly uncertain environments, to become more agile and to improve timely decision-making.
Using S&OP in your organisation, you can bring the different functions together, having them speak the same language and operate under the same plan. And in that way, you can bridge the gap between long-term strategic plans and short- term operational plans using S&OP.
S&OP is a cross-functional decision-making process that you can use to steer your organisation to better balance demand and supply. It brings the functions in the organisation together and helps them speak the same language and align on the same plan. It also helps bridge the gap between long-term strategic plans and short-term operational plans.
With S&OP in place, you can make timely decisions that are driven by company profitability rather than silo targets, base decisions on clearly mapped fact-based scenarios rather than gut feelings and integrate the rolling business plan with the financial budget on a continuous basis. By doing this, you will continually achieve focus, alignment and synchronisation among all functions of the organisation.
Do you want to be inspired on how you can gain a competitive advantage and become resilient to fast-changing supply chain environments? Then join us for a morning on how you can use S&OP to make your organisation become more proactive and agile.
At the morning meeting, you will be presented with various aspects of S&OP binding together operations, sales and finance. Also, you will hear about the latest trends in supply chain planning from S&OP experts, and you can learn from practical cases from companies such as Arla and Barry Callebaut, who have already started their S&OP journeys.
Light breakfast, coffee and tea
Welcome and introduction
By Implement Consulting Group
Keynote: Future-proof your supply chain
An introduction to S&OP
By Søren Skjødt, Implement Consulting Group
Case talk: Linking S&OP decisions to the operational planning
By Andreas Poulstrup, Site Planning Manager at Arla
Case talk: Our journey into S&OP
By Christophe Malaman, Head of Global Supply Chain, Barry Callebaut
Wrap-up and networking
Implement Consulting GroupGutenbergstrasse 9 8002 Zurich Switzerland
9 June 202014:00 (CEST)
The event is free of charge
Steer and improve your company’s decision-making process with Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) and Integrated Business Planning (IBP).
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