Supply Chain Management

Effective Supply Chain Management (SCM) is a central lever for companies for achieving a competitive advantage. What will the SCM of the future look like? What are the winning SCM concepts, and what use cases you shouldn’t miss to explore? The SCM experts at CAMELOT provide the answers.

Effective Supply Chain Management (SCM) is a central lever for companies for achieving a competitive advantage. What will the SCM of the future look like?

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Supply Chain Management

Navigating The New Normal

How a forecast analytics solution can help demand planners and forecast analysts create stable baseline forecasts in uncertain COVID-19 times. In …

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Why Now is the Time to Transform Supply Chain Planning

Stable and resilient operations are key for successful supply chain management – this proves especially true in the current turbulent corona times. …

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A New Look at Supply Chain Resilience – Re-inventing Supply Chain Risk Management

In the face of major disruptions, companies need to grasp the opportunity to build resilient supply chains for the future, and …

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Supply Chain Management

How to Master Demand Planning in COVID-19 times

The corona pandemic turns supply chain planning into what seems like a mission impossible. Supply chain leaders and demand planners need …

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Supply Chain Risk Management – The Rise of the Forgotten

Supply chain risk management re-enters the spotlight of managers’ attention. Is your supply chain resilient? Do you know your vulnerabilities, also …

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Why Production Plans Get Overruled by Labor Availability

You have done all the steps to create a feasible one-number-plan for production, aligned and digitized your supply chain organization, hired …

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Man vs. Machine – Who Controls your Production?

What defines your production capacities? Is it the output of your production machine or the availability of skilled shop floor labour? …

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Supply Chain Should Not Own S&OP – Who Should?

Traditionally, S&OP was seen as a supply chain-driven process and was often owned and led from the Supply Chain …

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Success Factors for DDMRP in a Constrained Manufacturing Environment (III)

This article explains how to consider manufacturing constraints in a DDMRP environment  to achieve variability and inventory reduction improvements. Part 3: Two …

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Why Bother with S&OP/IBP – Still?

There are tons of truths and analysis about Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) and Integrated Business Planning (IBP) that at the …

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Renewable Methanol: Time to Make the Switch for Basic Chemicals?

In the chemical industry, there is increasing pressure to source basic chemicals from renewable sources. This blog uses the example of …

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