'Profit Revelations in HVAC through Breakthrough Buying Strategies' is focused on forecasting and replenishment strategies that boost an organization’s bottom line.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) March 05, 2014
Blue Ridge, leading Cloud demand forecasting, planning and replenishment provider, today announced that vice president of education & professional development, Mike Mills of Blue Ridge, will be speaking at the upcoming HARDI Operations & Logistics Optimization Conference. The conference will take place March 9 - 11 at the Wigwam hotel in Litchfield Park, Arizona. Mills' presentation, titled “Profit Revelations in HVAC through Breakthrough Buying Strategies,” is focused on forecasting and replenishment strategies that boost an organization’s bottom line.
During the event, you can meet with Mike Mills to discuss increasing profits by improving HVAC forecasting and replenishment processes. The Blue Ridge team will also provide resources at the conference for participants to assess their own organization’s effectiveness in planning and purchasing. You can access these resources ahead of time here.
Hosted by HARDI, leading HVACR trade organization dedicated to advancing the science of wholesale distribution within the industry, the 2014 Logistics & Operations Optimization conference will include sessions on supply chain management, logistics strategy, warehouse operations, and more. Industry leading speakers will unveil best-practice presentations, and sessions will be supplemented with networking opportunities.
About Blue Ridge
Blue Ridge Cloud supply chain planning and analytics solutions provide next-level visibility and precision in demand forecasting, planning and replenishment to retailers, distributors, and manufacturers. By optimizing product availability, inventory, and logistics costs, these companies increase cash flow by 50% or more and improve sales by double-digits, while stabilizing or even reducing inventory up to 30%. Blue Ridge demand-driven solutions can be implemented in as little as 90 days and scaled to the most complex supply chains. For more information, visit http://www.blueridgeinventory.com.