S&OP Performance Management
Sales & Operations in it’s essence is about balancing supply and demand. No matter whether you sell goods or services, gaps between capacity and market demand need to be forecasted properly and closed quickly. Our Sales & Operations Performance Management allows to better align the strategic and operational plans. It helps to deliver the right quantities of the right product or service to the right customer at the right time, without stockpiling unnecessary inventory.
Get updated forecasts that lead to detailed sales plans and strategic production/inventory/backlog and new product development plans. Work with a strategic initiative plan to benefit from a proper financial plan.
Key benefits of the Sales & Operations Perfromance Management solution
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How big is the gap between supply and demand now and in future?
smartPM.solutions Sales & Operations Performance Management application constantly monitors supply vs. demand and reveals gaps automatically. Powerful AI based forecasts help detect gaps at a very early stage.
Which initiatives will help us achieve our targets?
More and more companies feel and act ‘project-driven’. Even Senior Management loves to trigger initiatives to close gaps between top down and bottom up approaches. Our Solution helps you monitor these initiatives and make them a success.
Why wouldn’t Sales, SCM and Finance align internally?
Top/Flop Reports, Earned Value Analysis and ‘what if’ analysis covering whole project portfolios support any decision to be taken.
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