Vendor managed inventory

Supply Chain Collaboration & VMI to Get Ahead of Economic Challenges

Manufacturers are experiencing continued inflationary pressures threatening customer service and profit margins with record-breaking price increases and lack of material availability.  To add fuel to the fire, they are also starting to worry about preparing for a potential recession.

Material Planning Best Practices to Proactively Manage Cost & Service

Since the pandemic, it has been a constant battle to ensure material availability, let alone to proactively manage cost and service. Even the most proactive and successful clients have experienced brief shortages of key materials and extended lead-times. The rest have been plagued with these issues.

Let’s Manage Inventory for Our Customers

Explore Vendor Managed Inventory Benefits for improved supply chain efficiency, customer satisfaction, and cash flow.

Have you Thought about Increasing Demand?

No matter the position of my client (typically a CEO, Owner, CFO, General Manager or Board member), he/she is interested in increasing demand, and the project we are brought in to focus on relates to increasing demand, either directly or indirectly.

Satisfy Customers First, and Cost Cuts Will Follow

Think carefully about your real objective. Are you truly interested in cost cuts? For my part, I have yet to hear of a company vision, mission, or strategy that’s related to cutting costs.

Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) – Success Depends on People

Human relationships and understanding play a vital role in the success of Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) systems.

VMI – Supply Chain Collaboration on Steroids

Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) revolutionizes supply chain collaboration, optimizing inventory management and partner relations.

VMI – What are the Benefits?

What are the strategic and tactical benefits of VMI for enhancing supply chain collaboration, increasing revenue, and improving service levels?

VMI – Success Directly Correlates to People

VMI success is deeply connected to the human factors, emphasizing the value of understanding, relationships, and clear communication.

VMI – Do You Need Software?

Is software necessary for effective VMI implementation? Consider factors like scale, integration needs, and technical capabilities.
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