Feeling the Squeeze? How to Meet OTIF Targets in an Uncertain World

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While many things have changed in the post-pandemic world, retailers are increasingly strict about on-time in-full (OTIF) service targets, pushing Consumer Packaged Goods (CPGs) to implement new supply chain practices.

Chargebacks to CPG and Food & Beverage suppliers are rising, putting added pressure on profits and increasing the risk of lost sales. While the supply chain challenges CPGs face are relentless, it is possible to achieve high OTIF performance with better forecast planning, strong supplier collaboration, logistics visibility, and more. Listen to KPMG and e2open as they explore tactics to quickly get OTIF on track and share strategic insights for long-term supply chain resiliency.

Topics for discussion:

  • Industry insights into the biggest challenges for the next 12 months and how to best prepare and deal with uncertainty
  • Real examples of organizations using logistics visibility, historical insights, and automation to drive OTIF performance improvement
  • How to use OTIF as a driver for end-to-end supply chain efficiency and resiliency

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