DEMAND PLANNING IN SUPPLY CHAIN
Within most organizations, the words “demand planning” cause a reaction—and typically not a mild one. It is characterized by emotional extremes like anger, despair, disillusionment, or even hopelessness.
Seldom do we find a team excited or optimistic about their chances to improve demand planning processes.
After two decades of process and technology refinement, excellence in demand management still eludes supply chain teams. In fact, it is the supply chain planning application with the greatest gap between performance and satisfaction. At the same time, it’s the application with the greatest planned future spending.
For most teams, demand planning is a conundrum, a true love-hate relationship. They want to improve the demand planning process but remain skeptical that they can ever do so.
We will be discussing the following questions during the chat:
1. What influences the demand to optimize month-end spikes?
2. According to you, what’s the best approach for demand forecasting of seasonal products?
3. What are the ways to manage low volume requirements?
4. What is your opinion on outdated demand forecasting techniques?
5. Throw some light on demand sensing as a supply chain strategy.
Log in your Twitter account, Join us @CPOInnovation #TSC2019 and tweet your views on DEMAND PLANNING IN SUPPLY CHAIN with other Industry leaders at 3pm-4pm on 21st May.
Join us @CPOInnovation #TSC2019 Tweet Chat, which will be a precursor to the Tech Supply Chain Conference, Exposition & Awards 2019 on the 19th – 20th September 2019 in Mumbai.
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CPO Innovation – Strategic Intelligence to Supply Chain