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Andrea Keeble
Blogs,

Demand Planning in ERP? I’d Rather Chew Broken Glass.

Why do demand planning teams despise their ERP? That’s an easy one. It’s totally impractical for supply chain planning in the distribution world! Despite what some ERP vendors tout, these systems cannot be all things to all customers. They do aid in making timely decisions around selling, accounting and purchasing. […]

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Andrea Keeble
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Top 4 Drivers of Supply Chain Success

What are the best strategies that drive supply chain success? Ask a few people and you’ll get a lot of different answers. After all, opinions are like… Well, you know. Everyone has one. But when you break it down to its simplest form, there are really 4 things you need. […]

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Andrea Keeble
Blogs,

3 Ways to Create Resilient Supply Chains

Systemic shocks in global supply chains are here, but with the right resilience strategy, you can break through. It depends on how you manage the risk. [Or not]. Supply Chain Digital says you don’t need to be an Einstein to create more resilient supply chains. You just need these 3 […]

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Andrea Keeble
Blogs,

Supply Chain Management Disruption: To Prepare, or Not Prepare?

Supply chain visibility is something all distributors need, but most don’t have. A crisis such as the big “C” word that we’re in now is a huge wake-up call in the supply chain management department. Harvard Business Review recently wrote about supply network mapping and the expensive, reactive and uncoordinated hoops companies are going through to secure supply.

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