Local deployments, inappropriate outcomes and metrics, and insufficient focus on key S&OP technology capabilities will hold back a company's drive to improve S&OP and make sure it is connected to business outcomes.
- To Support Their Maturing S&OP Capabilities, 85% of Companies Are Deploying S&OP Technology as a Single Global Instance Relevant to Their Organizational and Business Structure
- As Companies Work to Achieve Higher Levels of Maturity for Their S&OP Capability, They Struggle to Define and Connect This Endeavor With Business Outcomes and Metrics, Resulting in Underperformance
- Successful Companies Are Prioritizing Internal Collaboration, Supply Chain Modeling and Alignment With Operational Planning Within Their S&OP Technologies to Achieve Advanced S&OP Maturity
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