Supply Chain Management | Trade

NAVUG

SCM77 - Hey Distributors: Need to Manage Your Inventory More Effectively?

Friday, October 13
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Room: Ryman Studio JK

Format: Presentation
Level: Intermediate
CPE: 1
Version: Any

As retailing customers drive the shift from brick & mortar to omnichannel sales, competition in the distribution industry has intensified. Success was once limited to the largest distributors based on their investment in technology for inventory analysis. Today, technology and management technique level the playing field. We'll review the most progressive best practices on topics such as: integrating forecasting & replenishment, evaluating the impact of promotions, handling sporadic items, identifying surplus and excess inventory, initiating hub & spoke replenishment for better inventory and vendor position, and analyzing POS data to optimize inventory for consumption. These practices then provide more time to collaborate with customers and grow your business.




Dale Lanham

CEO
Lanham Associates

Dale Lanham, CEO of Lanham Associates, CTO of Absolute Value, and member partner in Lanham Services, and Amalfi, LLC, takes a hands-on, personal approach to the companies’ software design, and fosters high standards for solutions, used by over 2,400 companies and 120,000 end users worldwide.

Lanham and his team have been delivering supply chain solutions built inside Microsoft Dynamics NAV ever since creating the original Advanced Distribution product for Navision in the mid ‘90’s.

Dale has served on many industry and Microsoft advisory councils, and leads his Lanham Associates team through the TAP (Technology Adoption Program) for a new version of NAV each year, keeping his organization and their product offerings constantly innovative and relevant.

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