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.
According to the "2004 Consumer Products Industry Outlook" issued by AMR Research, "the key to profitable growth is to evolve the enterprise into a demand-driven supply network (DDSN).
But things are changing as leading manufacturers turn to the consumer demand-driven supply network, according to Martin.
economy improves and more companies, realizing the value of demand-driven supply network models, implement supply chain execution (SCE) initiatives.
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.
A demand-driven supply network (DDSN) essentially merges the principles of lean and adaptive SCM.
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.
We call this new model the demand-driven supply network (DDSN).
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.
AMR Research strongly believes that demand-driven supply network (DDSN) excellence translates to overall excellence in business performance; the facts are irrefutable.
These insights are a golden key, capable of unlocking the potential to transform a company's supply chain into a demand-driven supply network.

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