Supply Chain Managers are still continuously challenged with local shortages and balancing inventory even when using advanced planning systems.

When facing local shortages, Supply Chain Planners must wait for all the data to be collected and analyzed in Excel, to paint a picture in many cases with lagging data, and wait for the right person and/or organization to approve changes to the original plan… but the shortage is still there.

What actions should you take to build Supply Chain resilience and agility? How can you enable your Supply Chain Planners to be more responsive and help you identify and avoid shortages in advance? Part of the answer lies in (a lot of) live data and organizational change.

Want to learn in detail how you can build the next generation of planning processes? Then fill in the form and receive your on-demand session of the third part in our #bluecruxtalks crash course on next-generation planning processes.

What will you learn?

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How to streamline communication between market, product & asset-oriented planning roles.

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How to increase the speed of decision-making.

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How to define the level of automation vs manual control in your processes.

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