AHLERS AND LLAMASOFT (a COUPA company)
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Change the way you look at problematic supply chains.
How to optimize stock levels across your entire network to reduce inventory costs and free up more working capital elsewhere.
In today’s supply chains, it’s easy for a company’s inventory to be caught up as work in process. Cash-to-cash cycle times from procurement of supplies until payment can run up to several months, leaving you to pay for goods that have not been sold yet.
Companies must rethink their inventory strategy by keeping a holistic view of their full product, and customer portfolio. Inventory optimization allows you to build a digital supply chain model, to determine optimal inventory & buying strategies, evaluating different scenarios, comparing the outcome in finding your optimal direction before implementation.
- “Evaluate the real cost of dead inventory", Kevin Onderbeke, Senior Sales Manager, Ahlers Data Analytics
- “Multi-echelon inventory optimization”, Jason Flake, Customer Success Strategist, Llamasoft
- “Business case" How a chemical distributor used data analytics and optimization to reduce its inventory costs, whilst optimizing their supplier order quantities. Miguel Van Asch, Head of Data Analytics, Ahlers
This webinar is a fantastic free opportunity to find out exactly what Ahlers Data Analytics and Llamasoft, a COUPA company, can do for your business.
- Products and SKU’s are scattered across Europe because of the decentralized organization.
- Historically grown warehouse landscape logistic network making the cost to serve way too high.
- No holistic view on the potential of centralizing the inventory strategy.
- Very high fixed operating costs.
- AS-IS: Understanding of what products are where, how much working capital is in any of the warehouses.
- TO-BE: Determine future inventory strategy, and where to stock which SKU’s.
- Implementation tools to evolve from decentralized planning to centralized holistic planning.
- Full visibility on current stock levels and order patterns.
- 35% of working capital reduction.
- 10% sourcing cost reduction.
- A tool to reinforce strategic decisions.
- Change management improvement.