Global Supply Chain Leaders Group

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Improving Retail Supply Chain Planning

    The functional areas of distribution, inbound logistics, and outbound transportation rely on good supply chain volume plans (units or cartons to be processed) as a starting point to build a budget and then to organize and orchestrate resources (e.g., capital, people, 3rd party providers) to handle the planned volume. Without...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Reducing Store Stockouts by Leveraging Large Data Sets

    Finding the right balance between inventory investment and customer service is arguably one of the most important objectives for any retailer. Buy too much inventory and the tie up cash (Balance Sheet Impact) and risk bottlenecks in the supply chain. Buy too little inventory and the risk stocking out in...

    Provided By Global Supply Chain Leaders Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Improving Retail Supply Chain Planning

    The functional areas of distribution, inbound logistics, and outbound transportation rely on good supply chain volume plans (units or cartons to be processed) as a starting point to build a budget and then to organize and orchestrate resources (e.g., capital, people, 3rd party providers) to handle the planned volume. Without...

    Provided By Global Supply Chain Leaders Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Reducing Store Stockouts by Leveraging Large Data Sets

    Finding the right balance between inventory investment and customer service is arguably one of the most important objectives for any retailer. Buy too much inventory and the tie up cash (Balance Sheet Impact) and risk bottlenecks in the supply chain. Buy too little inventory and the risk stocking out in...

    Provided By Global Supply Chain Leaders Group