Canadian manufacturers that sideline Sales and Operations Planning (S+OP) could be risking lost revenue. According to Gartner, demand-driven S+OP processes can boost revenue from 2 to 5 percent—and reduce inventory by 7 to 15 percent.
S+OP bridges the gap between your strategic plan and your tactical plan. It’s a key business process that could mean the difference between a successful year and a poor one.
What you’ll learn:
- Get an overview of Sales and Operations Planning—what it is, why it’s important and how it integrates with other planning processes
- Delve into the business benefits, including better inter-department coordination and improved decision-making
- Gain insights into the key elements of effective Sales and Operations Planning—from leadership to support
- Discover how to foster a sustainable and effective Sales and Operations Planning process in your company
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