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Key Benefits That Form the Business Case for Pull Replenishment in Consumer Products

Published: 24 October 2014

ID: G00263298

Analyst(s): Jan Kohler


At the supply chain leadership level in consumer products, there is growing interest in understanding the business opportunity of aligning downstream consumption data with near-term supply replenishment. This research reveals the three primary benefit areas to consider in building the business case.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • Reduce Inventory
  • Reduce Cost
  • Improve Service
  • Build the Business Case for Pull Replenishment
    • Step 1: Determine the Scope of the Business Case
    • Step 2: Gather the Data
    • Step 3: Analyze the Impact Opportunity
    • Step 4: Formulate and Present the Business Case

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