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Sustaining the Process: Supply Chain Performance Management

Source: Supply Chain Consultants (SCC)
For businesses to respond quickly to customer demand, timely metrics need to be supported. Monthly metrics can provide guidance on modifying the planning process and tactical plan, but there’s more to it than that. By monitoring daily fluctuations, early warning signs can be detected to indicate possible performance issues. Combined, metrics and monitoring can help you effectively manage your supply chain—proactively.


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