All businesses rely on planning to keep their business running smoothly. However, it can be challenging to ensure that all planning activities across the organization align to business objectives.
S&OP is a projectional review of an organization’s supply, demand, and resulting financial impact. It is a collaborative effort across Commercial, Supply Chain, and Finance to recognize that multiple plans can co-exist but align to a single source of truth and company strategy. To lay the groundwork for a smooth S&OP rollout, it is important to assess your foundation to ensure it is properly set up.
Join us for a great conversation with Tanguy Caillet, SVP Global Industry Solutions at o9. During this roundtable we would like to discuss:
How is executive CEO ownership critical when it comes to creating a collaborative environment and an effective and efficient S&OP process?
How often should you communicate and involve all stakeholders and what are the side effects of full transparency?
What are the ways to keep an eye on external influences that can affect your S&OP?
How do you keep track of key information that can cause variances in your sales forecasting and production planning?
This roundtable will be held on October 4, 2022 at 11am CST / 6pm CET.
What is an aim10x Roundtable?
An aim10x Roundtable is an informal knowledge-sharing session that brings together a diverse group of professionals to share their knowledge, discuss their challenges, learn new insights, and make new connections. We keep the group small (less than 12 participants) to give everyone the space to participate and contribute in deeper-dive discussions.
We keep the agenda simple
Setting the scene
Why should you register?
If you’re missing the collaboration and conversational elements from a webinar, then a aim10x Roundtable might be a great option for you. Be ready to deep-dive into different topics related to digital transformation and have a high-quality discussion with your peers. We host both industry-specific and cross-industry aim10x Roundtables so there’s always a topic to interest you.
Who is it for?
This roundtable is intended for supply chain professionals from across industries.
A roundtable is an informal knowledge-sharing session that brings together a diverse group of professionals to share their knowledge, discuss their challenges, learn new insights, and make new connections. We keep the group small (less than 12 participants) to give everyone the space to participate and contribute in deeper-dive discussions.