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How DDMRP can help calm the chaos in procurement processes

May 18, 2016 Melanie Aizer

View this on-demand webinar and learn why procurement leaders and supply chain professionals need to know about Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP)—and how you can adopt it to improve your procurement processes

In today’s competitive market landscape, even slight fluctuations in demand can cause ripple effects through the entire value chain that consequently lead to erratic behaviors and signals from MRP systems. In turn, this leaves procurement leaders to be reactive to potential hazards, and not having enough time to focus on their longer-term strategic goals.

Demand Driven MRP (DDMRP) is a new methodology that helps bring order to this planning and purchasing chaos—through a demand-driven approach to supply rather than using traditional MRP solutions to push inventory. By strategically positioning the right stock in the right places based on actual demand, DDMRP helps procurement leaders improve their overall production planning environment for business success.

In this exclusive session, APICS Master Instructor, Roberta McPhail, and Steve Bassaw, Product Evangelist for SYSPRO Canada, will share their deep industry insights into DDMRP methodology including:

  • How DDMRP can deliver a competitive edge, improved customer service and other benefits
  • Why DDMRP is the answer to today’s increasingly volatile, complex and service-oriented supply chain
  • How to apply DDMRP methodology to improve your processes—and bottom line

Watch this 45 minute on-demand webinar today! 

About the Author

Melanie Aizer

Melanie Aizer is a highly driven, successful senior-level marketing manager with over 10 years experience in marketing, most recently in high tech and cloud-based solutions. Melanie leads the development, coordination and execution of the company’s marketing strategies, including the management of all Canadian marketing functions, including effective generation and management of leads, strategy, marketing operations, social media initiatives and marketing communications.

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