Recent supply chain disruptions have affected a range of industries — including CPG. To counter uncertainty, those in supply chain and CPG should accurately predict demand and reduce waste by pursuing the perfect sync of demand, supply and timely delivery.
Here’s the key question: Can technology ensure a successful transition to a demand-oriented business model so businesses can survive supply chain disruptions? Or should technology play second fiddle to a broader transformation of process, people and culture?
A new GEP-Supply Chain Brain white paper, How Driscoll's Is Tilling a Demand-Driven Supply Chain, reveals how Driscoll’s, a leading global supplier of fresh berries, leverages real-time data to transition from a production-push to demand-pull model. Learn how you can adopt — and benefit from — a demand-driven business model and foster stronger ties with your customers.
- Critical reasons for not delaying the switch to a demand-oriented supply chain model
- The specific process changes needed for a smooth transition
- How to better engage with your customers and predict demand with precision
This is a must-read for supply chain professionals looking to safeguard operations and survive disruptions.