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Solving the Complexity of Demand Management

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The past few years have made artificial intelligence a favorite buzzword. However, the technology has to evolve in a few ways to be hugely helpful to the supply chain.
In the face of intermittent demand, we need to turn to the nuts and bolts of creating a demand estimate. The good news is that it's not as hard as you might think.
By understanding the basics of intermittent demand, and following a few guidelines, itís possible to manage the issue of shifting demand.
Identifying agents of change and understanding real optimization are the two critical factors in improving organizational responsiveness.
More than just a buzz word, analytics can be a critical part of sales and operations planning--and can be a real boon to the supply chain.
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