10 reasons to rethink your collaborative supply management processes and solutions

  

Stock replenishment software bounded in popularity at the end of the 1990s, with particular success in industry–sales relations, before being deployed to different models, such as CMI (co-managed inventory), VMI (vendor-managed inventory), and pooling. The worldwide organization ECR Community estimates that 60% of industrial FMCG companies are currently cooperating to meet their supply needs.


In a study conducted in 2017 involving 213 company managers, Gartner revealed that VMI is the third most value-heavy client–vendor collaborative practice, just behind CPFR (collaborative planning, forecast, and replenishment), in which the company itself has a stake.

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