Inventory Management In An Omni-Channel World
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Thursday, November 15, 2018 2:00PM
Bob Trebilcock, Editorial Director, Supply Chain Management Review
Bryan Jensen, Executive Vice President, St. Onge Company
When it comes to inventory management, getting the right inventory in the right places at the right times and in the right quantities has gotten a whole lot more complicated in an omni-channel world.
Retailers, distributors and even manufacturers are no longer shipping full and mixed pallets and cases to replenish stores; they’re also allocating and positioning inventory to ship quickly and accurately directly to consumers and business customers.
Getting that right calls for new strategies and new tools.
Join Bryan Jensen, executive vice president with St. Onge, as he explains how leading companies are coping with inventory management including:
- The hurdles to developing a new network and inventory strategy.
- The pros and cons of designating facilities and allocating inventory to a specific sales channel versus shared inventory across channels.
- The strategies that leading companies are utilizing to succeed in this new world of distribution.
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