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Advanced S&OP for Life Sciences

07 May 2014 - 09 May 2014 - Amsterdam, Netherlands



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Over recent years there has been an increasing shift in pharma supply chain management from purely a business perspective to more of a customer driven focus. Companies are now realising the benefits of applying sales and operational planning to increase financial gains, while keeping the business in line with corporate objectives. 

Join us to tap into the huge opportunities for growth in emerging markets with accurate demand and sales forecasts while navigating the local commercial and logistical challenges. This two-day interactive meeting will enable you to:

Achieve operational excellence by realising the importance of sales and operational planning to minimise waste and maximise efficiency

Improve your flexibility in responding to customer demand to avoid excess inventory costs and increase profit margins

Learn how to save up to $3m in wasted stock and ensure optimal expenditure on your supply chain

Seize new growth opportunities in emerging economies by optimising your local market intelligence

Develop a concise sales and operational plan to align your corporate strategy, financial objectives and company goals

To register or for more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/MfUHK9 or contact me on:

T: +44 (0) 20 7550 5965 

E: info@insideintelligence.com



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