Companies turn to predictive replenishment to optimize supply chains

10/17/2013 | Logistics Viewpoints blog

A growing number of consumer-goods companies are using predictive replenishment to optimize their supply chains. It integrates strategic, tactical and operational processes to boost business performance. This approach helps promote collaborative decision-making across functions within the organization, improves demand management and promotes a seamless shift from strategic to operational planning.

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