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Implementation guide lines


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Implementation guide lines

  1. 1. Implementation Guide Lines Demand Driven by Customers - Prediction Type of Industry (FMCG, Hi-Tech) Current Process of Demand Planning Product Life Cycles Item – Store Level or Distributor Level or channel Item – Customer Level (OEM) Forecast – Local and Global Replenishment process - Get Forecast from Customers and channel holders
  2. 2. • Prioritization of Customers, Channels, all – sites • Order Service Levels and Lead Times • Respond to Customer Changes, and Information Visibility Classification Product / Item - Product Family/Group, Demand Planner, Source Org, Product Line Category, Cost Customer – Store or channel Classification Ship to Location, Territory, Sales Channel, Ship From Org, Strategic Customers, Non-Strategic customers, Stores, Distributors etc.
  3. 3. • Sales Orders – Bring history to Demand Management • What are the Order types needs to be considered • Shipments and Revenue • Bookings and Backlog Orders and its value • Replenishment Data specific to Customer • On-Hand Quantity Information Demand Streams breakdown - Region (Geography), Distribution and Direct Sales, Large Vs Small Customers Demantra Supports bringing demand streams from varies Sources (CRM, Customer FCST etc)
  4. 4. • Accountability Involvement – Sales, Marketing, PLM, Finance, Factory, Outside processing, Suppliers. Measure Accuracy of Fcst • Forecast Cycle (Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly)