WebinarAre you getting the full ROI from your sales and operations planning (S&OP)?

When : 2:00PM – 3:00PM SGT (GMT+8.00); August 30, 2016
Where : Online

20% increased forecast accuracy, 15% increased sales, 30% inventory reduction* — many organizations are seeing significant benefits with best-in-class S&OP processes, but there are still many who fall short. What is stopping them?

Join Kim Winter from the Logistics Executive Group and S&OP expert Jean-Baptiste in this webinar as they uncover the reasons why many S&OP implementations come up short on ROI expectations. They will examine the many root causes such as stakeholders with different interests, complex processes, lack of visibility and other challenges unique to each company.

They will also discuss the solutions to those challenges and show you the best practices that will enable you to reap the full benefits from your S&OP process.

Join Kim and Jean-Baptiste to discover:

  • How a good S&OP implementation can impact on your business
  • The most difficult challenges in an S&OP implementation and the solutions to them
  • The three issues not addressed by other solutions and how they may be hurting your business
  • How to go from a good to great ROI on your S&OP implementation

About Jean-Baptiste Clouard
Jean-Baptiste is a product manager for the S&OP solution at Quintiq. He is a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) who has led the deployment of S&OP for many multinational companies in F&B, cement and concrete, discrete manufacturing and more. He is responsible for the strategy of the S&OP solution worldwide, and in leading the development of the solution’s capabilities in line with market trends.

About Kim Winter
Kim Winter is the global chief executive officer and founder of the Logistics Executive Group. He has 40 years of executive leadership experience (corporate advisory, executive coaching, public speaking, trade facilitation, and executive search and recruitment) across many sectors (supply chain, aviation, logistics, FMCG, retail, resources, and industrial). Operating from any one of the company’s offices in 12 countries, Kim is a regular contributor of thought leadership to the industry and media, as well as a professional master of ceremonies. He is frequently invited to chair international events on contemporary/future industry trends and leadership issues.

*Source: Oliver Wight International

For more information, please contact:
Loris Toffano
APAC Marketing Lead
[email protected]

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