Executive Briefings

Framing the Problem Statement: Investments in the Extended Supply Chain Should Not Be Made Blindly

Realize more value from your investment in the supply chain.

Oliver Wight's new White Paper, "Framing the Problem Statement: Investments in the Extended Supply Chain Should not be Made Blindly," discusses implementing a structured approach to collaborative improvements in the extended supply chain. For instance, using the Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment (CPFR®) process helps companies create a reliable and productive method of satisfying customer demands and improving cost and inventory performance.

Please CLICK HERE to view this white paper.

Oliver Wight's new White Paper, "Framing the Problem Statement: Investments in the Extended Supply Chain Should not be Made Blindly," discusses implementing a structured approach to collaborative improvements in the extended supply chain. For instance, using the Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment (CPFR®) process helps companies create a reliable and productive method of satisfying customer demands and improving cost and inventory performance.

Please CLICK HERE to view this white paper.