Gartner Report: Achieving E2E Supply Chain

Achieving end-to-end (E2E) supply chain capability goes far beyond accurate forecasting and a good demand signal. Access this complimentary report to see Gartner’s take on putting the right strategy in place, and learn how you can take full advantage of accurate demand planning.

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Supply chain leaders launch demand planning initiatives hoping to achieve significant business benefits, but often they are unable to gain tangible performance results. According to Gartner, “Forecast accuracy is only a starting point. Fully realizing the benefits of an accurate demand plan requires an end‐to‐end supply chain response.”* Gartner outlines best practices and improvement roadmaps that mature supply chains have adopted to begin achieving E2E excellence.

Gartner’s research describes what is necessary for supply chain leaders to gain full return on investment (ROI) from demand signals.

Key recommendations from Gartner to supply chain leaders include strategic actions like these:

  • “Improve supply reliability, agility and responsiveness by incorporating and automating demand plans into your supply tools, and by aligning supply strategy and tactics to business objectives.”

  • “Leverage demand and supply capabilities with your customer service organization to improve the customer experience by incorporating demand and supply intelligence into order promising, VMI and allocation solutions.”*

To learn more, download a complimentary copy of the Gartner report.

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*Gartner Inc., Research Note: Achieving E2E Supply Chain Capability Is Much More Than a Good Demand Signal. Steven Steutermann and John Johnson, 23 September 2019
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