DDMRP

DDMRP stands for Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning and relates to supply chain planning according to actual customer demand. Find out how this new supply chain management paradigm helps to achieve cost savings, increased customer satisfaction and greater agility.

DDMRP stands for Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning and basically relates to supply chain planning according to actual customer requirements.

09/13/2022 Supply Chain Management

Demand-Driven MRP Expert Webcast: Success Stories for the Demand-Driven Model

In this episode of our demand-driven MRP expert webcast series, our experts share success stories in demand-driven planning and provide insights …

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Supply Chain Management

Demand-Driven MRP Expert Webcast: Benefits of a Demand-Driven Supply Chain

A digital twin of a supply chain simulates how different planning concepts affect a company’s supply chain. This helps to …

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Demand-Driven MRP Expert Webcast: Elements for Next-Gen Supply Chains

The concept of a Digital Demand-Driven Supply Chain is gaining traction in the market. What defines a digital Demand-Driven Supply Chain? …

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Supply Chain Management

Key Trends in Demand-Driven Supply Chain Management

The Demand-Driven Radar by CAMELOT Management Consultants illustrates the status quo of Demand-Driven Supply Chain Management. Find our key takeaways in …

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Supply Chain Management

The How and the Why of Inefficiencies in Supply Plans

This article highlights the chance for a new end-to-end supply planning framework – one that connects all end-to-end planning processes, has single …

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Supply Chain Management

What’s Happening in Today’s Supply Planning Models?

Today’s supply chains face huge challenges: Sudden changes in customer demands as we saw in lockdowns during COVID-19 call for …

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The Parameter-Driven Value Chain, Part IV

How to start the journey towards a parameter-driven value chain In our previous article, we elaborated on how a parameter-driven value …

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The Parameter-Driven Value Chain, Part III

How a parameter-driven value chain drives transparency, flow and planning quality In the previous article, we have introduced the benefits of …

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The Parameter-Driven Value Chain, Part II

How does a parameter-driven value chain work and what are the benefits? In our first article, we argued that a parameter-driven …

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Future Value Chain

The Parameter-Driven Value Chain, Part I

How a parameter-driven approach to value chain planning helps to solve the planning riddle While the fully autonomous, AI-driven value chain …

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