Learn how connecting finance to the supply chain through S&OP can increase efficiency, reduce risk and maximize business opportunities.
In times of uncertainty, people often tend to stick to what they know. For supply chains, that means tried and true processes that have always delivered results. But these are not ordinary times. Volatility is rampant. Processes and operating models once considered "normal" can become one-way tickets to obsolescence. Sequential and siloed processes are too slow. And the pressure on supply chains has never been more intense.
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