Customer needs and behaviors are changing as we continue to recover from the recent disruption. That is why supply chain leaders need to make timely and valuable decisions to respond to consumer demand. However, getting an accurate view of customer demand and gaining end-to-end visibility across the entire supply chain are challenges several organizations face.
Any business with a physical supply chain is presented with a multitude of options as to how its supply chain could be run. Decisions need to be made on how and where to produce goods, the mechanism for transporting those goods through to the end customer, and what levels of inventory to hold throughout the network. This gives tremendous flexibility yet adds complexity.
Effective supply planning is therefore key to being able to exploit the flexibility, navigate the complexity, and absorb the shocks. So how can you improve sales and operational planning (S&OP) and integrated business planning (IBP) processes? How can you create an ‘event-driven’ supply chain for agility and resilience? How can AI and ML help?
Join Vuealta and a select group of industry experts to discuss how to prepare supply chains for the future and how you can be better prepped for future disruptions.