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Embracing the data-driven culture in today’s DCs and warehouses could pay off for your facility—large or small.
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Thanks to recent advances in information technology, there’s never been such a wealth of facts and analytics captured by today’s research firms. But the sheer volume of these numbers can easily overwhelm supply chain managers
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Demand forecasting should be done in-house for effective and efficient integration with planning processes such as S&OP, and also for competitive and financial disclosure reasons.
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Increasingly, supply chains are all about the data. The hard part is finding the resources and talent to put it to use.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 26, 2017
Increasingly, supply chains are all about the data. The hard part is finding the resources and talent to put it to use.

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