In today’s turbulent times, is planning dead? Is it all about execution and responding to change? Does supply chain efficiency and cost control not matter?
In this session, Shabbir and Steve will argue that old school planning is indeed dead. A transformation is underway with a fresh approach to supply planning, powered by AI and a UI planners love to use. User-controlled algorithms that release planners’ time produce dynamic plans that respond to volatile market conditions. Agility, resilience and operational efficiency are the rewards to those who adapt.
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