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Measuring 'true' cost-to-serve

    

Data & analytics
JP Doggett

SKU rationalisation driven by volatile demand during the pandemic has brought greater focus on cost-to-serve analysis at an increasingly granular level. In tandem with IBP processes that forecast and plan by value as well as volume to enable better decision-making and reduced costs, cost-to-serve analysis must be able to pinpoint where efficiencies and opportunities can be found. Moreover, shareholders are increasingly demanding a 'triple bottom line' view of costs which include ESG / sustainability metrics.

 AGENDA 

Measuring 'true' cost-to-serve

  • How to do cost-to-serve analysis at a granular level?
  • How to use granular cost-to-serve to have better conversations with finance?
  • How to incorporate sustainability / ESG metrics?

 WHO FOR? 

Industry sectors: all sectors but particularly relevant for Consumer Goods / FMCG and Food & Beverage companies

Located: Global

Org. size (annual T/O): typically £1 bn+

Roles & remits: Heads of:  Supply Chain, Finance, Analytics and Sustainability

 ABOUT INTENT DISCUSSIONS 

  • All discussions are private, held under the Chatham House Rule and moderated by INTENT with approx. 6-8 participants for 45-90 mins of candid, interactive discussion (not a passive webinar)
  • Some discussions include subject matter experts from member-recommended INTENT Partners, others are exchanges of best practice, experiences and ideas among practitioner members only
  • Discussions are shaped by participants according to their interests and questions
  • We may adjust participation to avoid competitive sensitivities and ensure productive discussion

 WHEN? 

Thursday 20th May (11.00 BST / 12.00 CEST) for max. 90 minutes

Hosted by Intent

Guest experts: Dan Levy and Richard Thompson, CadDo

 

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Interested but can't make the date? Email us and we'll update you about future discussions.

 

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