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Janet Suleski

Director Analyst

Janet Suleski is a Director, Analyst in the Supply Chain Strategy and Planning Technology team. Janet's research focus covers supply chain planning technologies for multiple industries. She also covers covering retail forecasting, allocation and replenishment technologies. She is responsible for guiding supply chain leaders through SCP technology roadmap development and provider selection. She continues to take inquiries product portfolio health, new product launch and SKU health assessment and product rationalizations/retirements.

Previous experience

Janet Suleski is a Director, Analyst in the Supply Chain Strategy and Planning Technology team. Janet's research focus covers supply chain planning technologies for multiple industries. She also covers covering retail forecasting, allocation and replenishment technologies. She is responsible for guiding supply chain leaders through SCP technology roadmap development and provider selection.

Ms. Suleski has 27 years of experience in supply chain business and technology research spanning a wide variety of subject areas. Her past research coverage product life cycle management, S&OP, new product launch, and SKU health assessment and product retirements. She has also covered fresh item management; point-of-sale; price optimization software and business processes; inventory optimization; strategic sourcing and procurement; collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment (CPFR); and supplier collaboration technology and practices.

Professional background

AMR Research

Research Director, Retail

Benchmarking Partners

Research Analyst

Business Matters

Marketing Assistant

Areas of coverage

Supply Chain Planning

Supply Chain Technology Strategy and Selection

Education

M.B.A., with a concentration in Marketing/Market Research, Babson College

B.A., Applied Economics and Business Management, Cornell University

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Top Issues That I Help Clients Address

1Supply chain planning technology evaluation and selection

2Retail forecasting, allocation and replenishment technology evaluation and selection

3New product launch and SKU health assessment and product retirements

4Linking new product introduction, S&OP and PLM processes and strategies

5Product portfolio management and product complexity management