Webinar Quintiq and Involvation on Sales and Operations Planning
December 01, 2010 | 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
Webinar takes place on 14 December 2010 from 03.00 until 03.30 PM (GET+1)
Quintiq, a provider of advanced planning and scheduling software (APS), and Involvation will host a webinar on Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP). The webinar is scheduled on Tuesday 14 December 2010 and will take about thirty minutes. During the seminar, you will learn about the maturity of S&OP and why many companies shun this subject.
Alfons Willemsen, partner at Involvation, will present the results of an S&OP study, executed by Involvation and the Hogeschool van Amsterdam. For this study, eighteen market leaders were interviewed from amongst others the chemical and telecom industry. During the webinar the following issues will be addressed:
- research results on the maturity of S&OP;
- comparison with other studies on this subject (Gartner and Aberdeen);
- what should be the follow-up for an effective S&OP? and
- what stops companies from addressing this issue?
Jos Braam, Senior Consultant at Quintiq, will chair a fictitious meeting on S&OP. He will show the possibilities that Quintiq's 'what-if' scenario offers. The following issues will be addressed:
- developing a balance in stock and demand;
- conversion of planning into financial planning;
- how to deal with questions from senior managers?
- real-time scenarios as effective decision making tools.
Are you interested in calling in on Tuesday 14 December? Please register here.
Involvation is a consultancy and implementation company, aiming for the improvement of supply chains and the supply chain management of its customers. Among the company's clients are organizations in the following industries: consumer goods, retail, pharmaceutical, chemical, maritime, parts production and other manufacture companies. For more information please visit www.involvation.com.
Quintiq is a global leader in providing advanced planning, scheduling and supply chain optimization software solutions with its North American offices located in Philadelphia and San Francisco. This fast-growing company, established in 1997, offers and implements software for planning and optimizing complex business processes throughout the enterprise. The company's worldwide headquarters are located in The Netherlands with subsidiaries located in USA, Australia, China, Finland, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Quintiq systems have been implemented on more than 500 locations in 75 countries worldwide. For more information please visit www.quintiq.com. Twitter: www.twitter.com/quintiq.