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ATP, AATP, CTP, and PTP: Order Commitment Alphabet Soup

Source: Supply Chain Consultants (SCC)
Reducing inventory and satisfying customer demand are high priorities in manufacturing and distribution. Being able to fill orders on time and satisfy every customer is an integral part of order commitment—and a very attainable goal. Advanced planning and scheduling (APS) can help your company become responsive and accurate—and that’s what counts in today’s “demand and supply” environment.


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