Nobody disputes the value of an efficient, collaborative, carefully planned supply chain. When your company reaches its supply chain potential, you can:
With goals like these on the horizon, it’s no wonder there’s so much talk these days about sales and operations planning (S&OP). Ever since its development in the 1980s by consulting firm Oliver Wright, the concept of S&OP has been the trusted approach for any company that makes or delivers products and wants to synchronize all of its business functions to make its supply chain run optimally.
Call it supply chain maturity, supply chain excellence, or S&OP. Whatever you call it, it’s critically important to the health of any company that runs a supply chain. But as we’ve experienced, getting there isn’t easy.
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