Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
TAKE Solutions, a leader in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Life Sciences domains, today announced the next webinar in their ongoing webinar series centered around optimizing supply chains in a global and mobile economy. The webinar, “Using Forecast Collaboration Tools to Align the Supply and Demand Sides of the Supply Chain,” will focus on how forecast collaboration tools can help achieve clock-speed alignment between the demand side and supply side of the supply chain. Scheduled for Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. EST, the free webinar will be presented by IDC Manufacturing Insight’s, Simon Ellis, Practice Director, Supply Chain Strategies and Dudley Lance, Senior Account Executive, Supply Chain at TAKE Solutions.
Manufacturers have long known that the cadence (clock speed) of product demand differs in timing and speed from supply. As the pace of overall business continues to accelerate, remaining nimble and responsive to demand fluctuations while keeping inventory costs under control requires new thinking and new tools. The hour-long webinar will also focus on:
Attendees can register for the free webinar here, and receive a complimentary download of “Mitigating the Bullwhip Effect,” a white paper on leveraging automated forecast collaboration to maximize efficiency throughout the supply chain.
About TAKE Solutions
TAKE Solutions, a leading global business technology company with deep domain expertise in Supply Chain Collaboration and Enterprise Mobility, offers Supply Chain Management solutions for manufacturing and distribution companies across diverse sectors including aerospace/defense, oil/gas, industrial, medical/pharmaceuticals, consumer packaged goods and high technology. TAKE’s OneSCM® and Gemini Series® product suites include distinct technology with embedded IP that spans supplier collaboration, enterprise mobility, material tracking and serialization/pedigree. This expertise and technology have been leveraged by hundreds of leading companies for more than 15 years. The company and its customers are also regular recipients of supply chain industry awards for technology, value and innovation.
Headquartered in Chennai, TAKE drives its Global Delivery Centre from India and Middle East. The Company has a strong presence in the USA with the Supply Chain Domain Excellence center located in Austin, Texas and the Life Sciences Domain Excellence center located in Princeton, New Jersey. The Company conducts business today with more than 400 customers worldwide.