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  1. JP Doggett

    'True' cost-to-serve

    Summary of a discussion hosted on 20th May with Intent members and guest experts Richard Thompson and Dan Levy of CadDo. Market context and typical challenges A typical CTS measures logistics, but not the full e2e picture - the ‘field to fork’ measure. This can become very complex very quickly, but more companies are now moving towards measuring this. Why? These calculations can then drive commercial teams to price deals, better inform the budgeting process, inform how customers should be serviced most profitably, and can also feed into ESG reporting. For many, Covid has brought
  2. IBP: zero latency for availability & working capital An online, virtual boardroom discussion with SC Leaders, run under the Chatham House Rule by Intent Group on 09/06/20. With thanks to Vikram Singla of Oracle and David Lechleiter for leading the discussion. Chaired by JP Doggett, Intent Group. Key takeaways Trust: there must be trust in the forecast. To have trust in the plan it must be simple and quick to interpret. A forecast should be a plan, not an output from a model. Speed of scenario modelling, S&OP process, is a key challenge, otherwise the busines
  3. Top takeaways Maintaining the business as going concern and hence cash flow / working capital management are the most important issues for supply chains leaders. As the businesses get through the immediate asks during the unprecedented circumstances, a more fundamental review of operating models, eco-systems, technology landscape and business processes would be required to ensure resilience. IBP/S&OP takes a strategic central stage as the key business process to drive tough decisions balancing customer confidence and cost. Closer collaboration with customer and suppliers is ess
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