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The 6 W’s of Supply Chain Planning Systems of Record

John Lash / VP Product Marketing
If you’re unfamiliar with the term “supply chain planning system of record,” it is essentially the one place where an organization can bring together all supply chain data and plan its enterprise operations. To better understand just what this means, let’s explore the what, when, why, who, where and how of a planning system of record.

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