demand chain management

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demand chain management

Customer-facing information systems that provide direct input to the supply chain in order to optimize sales channel performance. See supply chain management.
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Suppliers can get real-time Kanban and non-Kanban signals though the Ultriva demand-driven supply network portal.
One Network's demand-driven supply network solutions include procurement, manufacturing, deployment, distribution, transportation, retail, demand, inventory, order management, spares, and data management.
Demand-driven supply network (DDSN) may seem like just another term for supply chain management.
Logility's supply chain application suites, Logility Voyager Solutions(TM) and Demand Solutions(R), enable consumer goods companies to gain a global view of supply chain activities, support a demand-driven supply network, boost perfect orders, reduce transportation costs, and strengthen sales and operations planning to make better-informed decisions that impact the top and bottom line.
Cesar will discuss the steps Campbell's has taken on the journey to implementing a demand-driven supply network, including transforming the planning organization, re-implementing existing planning systems, introducing an S&OP process and implementing innovative Demand Sensing and Inventory Optimization solutions.
With Logility Voyager Solutions, Verizon Wireless will be able to synchronize forecasting, planning and inventory management to enable a more demand-driven supply network.
Velocity enables consumer goods manufacturers to create a demand-driven supply network (DDSN) to minimize out-of-stocks (OOS) and maximize sell-through for themselves and their retail partners.
With knowledge of a product's true demand, a company's supply chain can be transformed into a demand-driven supply network and address the concurrent longstanding challenges of out-of-stock situations and excess inventory," said Keith Henry, vice president for manufacturing global industry solutions for Teradata.
According to a recent report(1) from analyst firm, AMR Research, entitled Brewer Battle Will be Won with Superior Supply Chains, "Brewers need to focus on the fundamentals of new supply chain thinking: the Demand-Driven Supply Network (DDSN) of efficient supply chains that are flexible, agile and can quickly sense and respond to customer demands.
These insights are a golden key, capable of unlocking the potential to transform a company's supply chain into a demand-driven supply network.
Hamlin's presentation, "Improve the ROI on your SAP investment with Logility Voyager Solutions(TM)" will discuss the benefits of deploying Logility with the SAP solution to maximize a demand-driven supply network.
Bill Swanton, vice president, Research of AMR Research will outline the fundamental differences between enterprise and multi-enterprise management, as well as Demand-Driven Supply Network (DDSN) principles as they relate to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

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