OBA S&OP Survey
Connecting Supply & Demand! - The Global Survey of Sales and Operations Planning
In conjunction with London Business School, OBA is pleased to announce the publication of the results from The Global Survey of Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) 2007.
The survey polled over 300 hundred multi-national companies from 16 different industry sectors
"This new survey by The Office for Business Architecture (OBA) and London Business School finds that whilst some organisations using S&OP have achieved significant benefits - many companies still haven't overcome the many challenges to achieve a successful implementation."
Find Out The Biggest Challenges Organisations Face - And The 6 Critical Success Factors For Implementation.
"Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) has been in use for well over twenty years, but its real value has taken some time to emerge widely, particularly for large multi-regional organisations that use it to manage highly complex global supply chains.”
“One of the perceived key benefits of S&OP is to allow companies to align supply and demand in a way that maximises customer service, minimises working capital expenditure and makes sure that manufacturing unit costs are competitive. Even today these objectives remain a significant challenge for many organisations."
This definitive full report, with insight, challenges, successes and critical learning's from FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies - is available here.
The full report is available contact email@example.com
This Global S&OP survey forms part of the Innovation Exchange series - where over 20 multi-national companies will come together to discuss, exchange ideas and insights and solve issues on S&OP.