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Breaking up with Spreadsheets in Food & Beverage Supply Chain Planning

Exclusive Webinar Series hosted by DELMIA and The Logic Factory

Breaking up is always hard to do but sometimes it’s just time to move on! No, I’m not talking about personal relationships but something that’s almost as complex and challenging – Supply Chain Planning!

Many companies today are still using spreadsheets as a core planning system for their supply chain planning processes. Why not? They’re cheap, everyone has familiarity with them, and they’re easy to use. Well, that last point is perhaps a bit of a misnomer. Yes, spreadsheets can be easy to use if you have simple problems but there is nothing simple about today’s supply chains. Even before the disruptions of the last few years, I would argue that spreadsheets were already out of their depth; today though, it’s definitely time to find a new partner.

Together with The Logic Factory, we are hosting a series of three short panel discussions to help you get a handle on your relationship challenges and mitigate your co-dependence on spreadsheets. Join Mark Crouse (COO of The Logic Factory) and myself (DELMIA Marketing & Strategy Directory) as we discuss the signs, the strategy and the options for moving to a more advanced and mature Supply Chain Planning processes in the Food & Beverage industry.

  • Episode 1: The Relationship Red Flags – May 17th 12:00pm EST (register here)
  • Episode 2: Preparing to Make the Move – June 7th 12:00pm EST (register here)
  • Episode 3: There are Plenty More Fish in the Sea – June 21st 12:00pm EST (register here)

Across the series, we will be discussing some of the reasons why spreadsheets have been successful but cannot support the future of supply chain planning, considerations for when and how to change to advanced methods, how to set business objectives and what critical partners, technologies and trends you should be looking for.

Moving on is always difficult, especially if you’ve had a long and involved relationship. However, the times they are a-changing and what might have worked in the past just won’t suffice anymore. The good news is that there are plenty of options for future success; the challenge is finding the right path to take and making the jump! Join us as we discuss the possibilities and learn how you may be able to find new partnerships for Supply Chain performance!

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