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Dave DuBose Links Retail S&OP to a Smoother Holiday Season in Multichannel Merchant

July 28, 2016 Topics: Media, News

In the July issue of Multichannel Merchant, Director of Supply Chain Solutions Dave DuBose discusses how the S&OP process, historically a planning tool more commonly used by manufacturers, can help retailers collaborate internally to anticipate and prepare for shifts in demand.

“With the 2016 holiday season only five months away, it's a good time for retailers to think about what they can do to avoid a repeat of 2015. One of the most effective tools for improving distribution performance during the holidays — especially in a multichannel environment — is a “retail version” of sales and operarations planning (S&OP).”

Read the rest of the article here.

A more detailed version of this article is available as a whitepaper. Download here.

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