Using S&OP and IBP to Manage Business Scenarios and Volatility
Hosted by Gary Shaw, Principal Business Consultant, QAD DynaSys and Les Brookes, Partner & CEO, Oliver Wight EAME LLP on May 20, 2021 from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CET).
The challenges that leaders face in running a business have never been more demanding with increased volatility caused by the pandemic, Brexit and market disruption. Are you being challenged to look at multiple scenarios across the business from the portfolio, demand and supply chain? Do you have a need to run multiple scenarios with back up plans? Have you thought about implementing S&OP or moving to full IBP, but are unsure where to start?
A truly Integrated Business Planning process covers the end-to-end supply chain. From portfolio planning to manage phase in and phase out, right through to production and procurement decisions about how to optimize supply to meet demand. This whole spectrum of planning activity must be viewed through the lenses of both supply chain impact and financial impact in order to make informed decisions that are the best course of action for the business.
However we all know that in these disruptive times, there is not always one single course of action and one possible outcome. Opportunities and risks can help or harm business performance, and there is a need to review multiple possible scenarios and outcomes in order to capitalize on or mitigate the impacts.
During this 45 minute webinar, supply chain experts Gary Shaw and Les Brookes will discuss some of the ways in which IBP and effective scenario planning can help to manage disruptions, and support profitable decision making. It will include a live demonstration of the QAD DynaSys Digital Supply Chain Planning solution, and time will be allotted at the end for a Q&A session.
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