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Maximize Distribution Software for Effective Replenishment Parameters

Source: Microsoft
Distributors rely on software to help them make decisions about when and how much product inventory to replenish or reorder. But for the software to work effectively, it must be set up and used correctly. Learn how to implement the key replenishment parameters found in most distribution applications software packages, and how you can optimize their functionality to maximize your return on investment (ROI) and your profit.


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