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8 characteristics of highly effective food and beverage supply chains


Company: Quintiq
Tag: Planning Software
Food & Beverage
Supply Chain Optimization

Planners who can plan for profit
Standard planning software has a standard response to F&B challenges: 'It can't be done.' These tools often impose planning approaches meant for other industries on the unique requirements of F&B operations.

The result – frustrated planners who can't:
- Prioritize the most critical steps
- See how a decision will affect downstream activities before implementing it
- Achieve high service levels with minimum waste
- Determine where to push production – and where not to, and more

Free your planners to generate more value.



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