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Finance’s Role in Bridging the S&OP Gap with EPM

July 16, 2015

Finance’s Role in Bridging the S&OP Gap with Enterprise Performance Management

Optimizing the sales and operational planning process is a key planning component of a successful manufacturing operation. When the process is optimized, excess inventory is reduced, the production plan is married to customer demand and ultimately the bottom line is positively impacted. There are a variety of tools and best practices to facilitate an efficient and effective supply chain management. This brief focuses on Finance’s role in bridging the gap between the different functions that support the manufacturing organization – specifically, sales, marketing, operations and finance.

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