Hellen Oti-Yeboah

About Hellen Oti-Yeboah

Hellen is the Marketing Manager at Arkieva, managing all aspects of Arkieva’s marketing initiatives. A passionate technology enthusiast, Hellen is always looking for new ways to use technology to improve results and connect with prospective and existing clients. When she's not strategizing or implementing cool marketing ideas at Arkieva, Hellen enjoys experimental cooking with her 'newly created Masterchef recipes.'

Study Reveals 50% Adoption Rate for Supply Chain Planning Solutions

In a recent study, Gartner estimates that 50% of Supply Chain Planning Solutions are not fully utilized1. How can organizations ensure that they have the user adoption needed to attain the full benefits from their existing or new supply chain solution?

By | March 20th, 2018|Supply Chain|1 Comment

How Does My Open Order History Impact My Sales Prediction?

An open order is defined as an order placed by the customer which is under process and is yet to be fulfilled by the supplier. For effective analysis, open order data needs to be recorded daily in an ERP system. A minimum of twelve to eighteen months of open order history is required for your sales forecasting analysis and fine-tuning process. A shorter period could render unreliable and skew the results of your data analysis.

By | March 2nd, 2018|Demand Planning, Forecasting|0 Comments

How to Adjust Your Planning to Meet Changing Sales Patterns

In an ideal world, demand and supply would be steady and predictable, resulting in optimal capacity utilization and no back orders or missed customer orders. However, in the actual supply chain world variations in actual sales vs. projected sales result in lower forecast accuracy, and either overstocking or stock out situations.

By | February 26th, 2018|Demand Planning|0 Comments

[Webinar] Inventory Planning Methods & Tips for Optimizing Your S&OP Process Today.

Join us as we discuss how to use inventory or supply planning to properly calculate and project future inventory taking into consideration capacity constraints.

By | February 8th, 2018|Inventory Management|0 Comments

Which Team has the most die-hard fans? The Eagles or the Patriots? Our Sentiment Analysis Tool Tells It All.

As a local Philadelphia business, we are so excited about the Eagles making it to the Super Bowl this year, we decided to track the excitement level of people leading up to the event by using our Social Sentiment Analysis Tool.

By | January 31st, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Don’t be a Supply Chain Innovation Grinch

A holiday Christmas story and adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” Every Manufacturer Down in Manufacturingville liked innovation a lot… Except for the Grinch, who worked north of Manufacturingville The Grinch hated innovation! The whole innovation Season! Now, please don’t ask why. No one quite knows the reason. It could be that

By | December 21st, 2017|Holiday, Supply Chain|0 Comments

Driscoll’s Not Your Average Berry!

A look at how Arkieva customer, Driscoll’s is evolving and elevating the standards for berry production. It’s 5 am. It’s time to go for a run. The weather is so beautiful; there is no need to confine myself to a “human hamster wheel” also known as a treadmill. I’m

Manufacturing Day 2017: [Infographic] The Evolution of Inventory Management Strategies

When you talk to any manufacturer no matter how large or small about their concerns, improved inventory management is bound to be a part of the conversation. To celebrate manufacturing day today, we thought it would be beneficial to take a closer look at how inventory strategy keeps evolving using an infographic from Arkieva based on research conducted by Aberdeen.

By | October 6th, 2017|Inventory Management, inventory optimization|0 Comments

Who’s to Blame for the “Unwanted Extra Ingredient?” A look at Challenges of Supply Chain Management in the Fast Food Industry

Now and then, we hear about horrific fast food restaurant stories where an “unwanted extra ingredient” is found. While we may be quick to blame the serving fast food restaurant for the mishap, the supply chain of fast foods is often complicated. When we stop by our favorite fast food restaurant to grab a quick bite, we often don’t think about the process that goes into assembling our combo meal.

By | September 11th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Look Beyond the Bells and Whistles! What I’ve Learned About Selecting a Business Software from My Gym Memberships.

Pop Quiz: What does a workout and the software selection process have in common? Answer: They both often require breaking a sweat. I hate to admit this, but often I find myself trying new workout routines as a result of commercials I’ve viewed on television. I’d rather not get into the embarrassing details that made

By | August 1st, 2017|General Topics, Supply Chain|0 Comments

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