Fueling S&OP with Technology
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Thursday, July 13, 2017 2:00PM
Bob Trebilcock, Executive Editor, Supply Chain Management Review
Lisa Aleman, Senior Supply Chain Strategist, E2open
Over the past decade, advanced technology has become commercially available to dramatically improve the S&OP process and provide a single view of rationalized, harmonized planning data to power monthly cross-functional and multi-enterprise business reviews. The value from a technology-enabled S&OP process is significant, allowing companies to power better business decisions and achieve their growth objectives.
In this webinar Lisa Aleman, Senior Supply Chain Strategist at E2open will share:
- Why enabling technology is necessary to support a company’s S&OP journey
- Benefits of supporting the components of S&OP with advanced technology
- Key factors to consider as you broaden your solution footprint
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