White Paper: NexInfo Solutions, Inc
Demand sensing can improve demand planning accuracy, reduce inventory while developing customer fulfillment levels, and also increasing profits which has been a challenging part for many companies.
What is demand sensing process? How can effective Demand sensing process help improve customer fulfillment levels while also avoiding increased inventory?
This whitepaper on Demand Sensing to Improve Inventory & Customer Fulfillment Levels explores the process in replacing E2Open with Oracle Demantra and discusses the positive impacts that it has brought into the Demand Planning process.
Learn about Demand sensing process to understand:
Internal supply chain positions, and the inventory levels in the extended supply chain on the customer side.
Accessing and Utilizing real time customer inventory information to add substantial advantage for demand planners.
Challenges, solutions and benefits in implementing demand sensing process.
By: Xoomworks BI
The supply chain finance is ready to be addressed, whether you see today’s trade credit situation as a business ethics issue or a technology readiness issue. Getting the “buy chain” flowing is essential to maximizing potential growth. In this white paper on “The ‘buy chain’ – the next place for world-class focus,” learn more about the supply chain finance and real benefits in implementing buyer driven financing. It talks about: Different options available for supply chain finance Invoice discounting using the strength of the Accounts Receivable ledger to finance the loan Invoice factoring by selling the invoice to the bank at a discount. Implementing buyer driven invoice financing Approved payables supply chain financing or Reverse factoring Explore the different options for financing and de-risking the supply chain finance and gain valuable insight into the possible benefits that could be achieved with the right technology and processes in place.
The phrase 'challenges of regulatory reporting' means different things to different organizations. Regulatory reporting submissions are only as good as the data they contain. Constant activity which encompasses formal preparation, robust submission, comprehensive sign off and approval, and on-going maintenance and review are some of the key components needed to have confidence in submissions. The creation of a consistent 'golden source' of data will increase both confidence and performance in firms' ongoing regulatory reporting and compliance challenges. This whitepaper explores several key regulatory reporting challenges including: Regulations and directives driving the agenda Impact and uncertainty the UK's exit from Europe (Brexit) may have on regulators Costs of compliance weighed against regulatory fines and reputational damage Potentially contradictory interpretation and application of regulations Role and recent decisions of the regulators themselves Existing gaps between regulatory rules, and organizations’ processes and controls