What is S&OP? In a world where you can easily get overwhelmed by the number of supply-chain related acronyms, S&OP is one you don't want to overlook.
Complacency can quickly make supply chain planning software obsolete. We lose when we "wait and see". Now is the time for investment and improvement.
This blog continues the discussion between Kate and Jane as it relates to the unit of measure as the input demand.
Learn common factors that hold companies back from implementing supply chain planning software - according to ChatGPT and our experts.
This blog continues the discussion with Kate and Jane and covers variance and cycle service level.
This blog continues Jane and Kate's discussion on safety stocks through the lens of histograms.
Are you ready to move beyond S&OP to integrated business planning? This blog covers key considerations for implementing IBP.
This blog dives deeper into the connection between safety stock and service levels, continuing our series on safety stock.
This blog covers the importance of lead and cycle times when calculating safety stock and other things to consider.
This blog discusses the pros and cons of the three most common S&OP methods: top-down, bottom-up and countercurrent planning.