April 16th Webcast: 5 Effective Planning & Forecasting Strategies for Mid-size Food Manufacturers
April 7, 2014 - Kestrel Food Safety
Solid planning and forecasting is vital in food manufacturing. Focused foresight can yield major results in your bottom line. Companies that systematically approach demand planning and forecasting can build on flexible responsiveness and robust integrated business planning. This is actualized in real-time, demand-led supply chains.
Attend this free educational webcast, hosted by Food Manufacturing, and discover five effective planning and forecasting strategies for small and midsize food manufacturers.
5 Effective Planning & Forecasting Strategies for Mid-size Food Manufacturers
Wednesday, April 16
1:00 p.m. ET
Kestrel Management’s Bill Bremer, along with Tom Muth and Richard Hamill of Epicor, will detail the challenges of demand planning and forecasting for modern, mid-size food manufacturers.
- Improving business efficiency
- Optimizing daily planning
- Reducing wastage
- Maximizing on-shelf availability with an effective planning and forecasting IT infrastructure
Food manufacturing requires agility and responsiveness, given the short time horizons from order to delivery in many sectors, making effective planning and forecasting a pressing necessity to any competitive operation. Don’t miss this comprehensive discussion of how you can devise strategies to optimize your supply chain and boost your bottom line through effective planning and forecasting. Register now!
Submitted by: Bill Bremer