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This Flash Forward considers a new approach to solving the "On-Shelf Availability" (OSA) issues that retailers face and some of the obstacles they have...


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...


Overwhelmed by complexities, many planners are willing to settle for a feasible rather than optimal plan. This inability to master complexity leads to costly sub-optimal...

In observing the way various companies have responded to recent economic turmoil, some argue that continual economic and social change is the “new normal.” Instead of...

What better reason to download it now? Minimizing inventory and quoting short, reliable lead times can seem like conflicting objectives. They don't have to be.
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