Business Excellence Magazine Highlights Oliver Wight Americas' In-Depth Insight into Demand Planning

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Management consulting principal Susan Storch authors a four-part article series on planning for and thriving in challenging times.

Storch shows readers how to improve cash flow, refine demand planning processes, and build employees' skills.

Simply weathering the recession should never take precedence over demand planning.

Oliver Wight Americas, Inc., the global management consulting firm that developed S&OP (sales and operations planning), is pleased to announce that its insight into demand planning has been highlighted in recent issues of Business Excellence magazine. Oliver Wight principal Susan Storch, who brings more than 20 years of experience to the management consulting firm, has written a four-part article series on the subject, dealing specifically with the current recession.

Storch, who expertly integrates Class A best practices with real-world business experience, outlined in-depth the four essential elements of demand planning, including improving, streamlining, implementing, and aligning processes to remain successful even in challenging business environments.

"Simply weathering the recession should never take precedence over demand planning," said Susan Storch, of Oliver Wight Americas. "Now is a prime opportunity to whip existing processes into shape to improve cash flow and capitalize on powerful business tactics." To read Storch's demand planning articles, please visit

About Oliver Wight Americas, Inc.

Oliver Wight Americas has been both a thought leader and hands-on practitioner for over 40 years. As a global business management consulting and education firm, the company specializes in helping organizations work smarter, faster, and better than their competitors. Its principals are seasoned professionals who have real-world manufacturing experience and transfer this knowledge to the people at all levels of an organization, providing tools to help organizations internalize that knowledge and achieve a competitive advantage in the marketplace. The largest world-wide consultancy of its type, Oliver Wight has offices throughout Europe, North and South America, and the Asia/Pacific Region. For more information, please visit

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