Did you catch our Demand Planning and Scheduling webinar?

Don’t worry if you missed it, we’ve got the recording ready for you to catch up. In this session Chris Anthony, one of our IFS Consultants- Manufacturing and Planning, discussed how IFS Demand Planner should be used to drive accurate scheduling in IFS Applications 10. Chris hosted this session, alongside our CEO and Founder, Roger Teagle, as part of our exciting World Class Manufacturing series of Masterclasses and Webinars.

Chris has taken the lead in many implementation projects as the planning consultant where he used Demand Planner as the cornerstone of the forecasting process. In this webinar Chris removes some of the mystery that often lies around Demand Planner and provides some clarity on how it can truly support your business.

What can you learn?

Throughout this session Chris covers a variety of areas, with real life tips and tricks to make sure you’re maximising the benefits of using IFS Demand Planner in IFS Applications 10. Chris highlights Master Scheduling in IFS, covering key features and considerations, alongside how to identify outliers. This session also sees Chris touch on scalability, with IFS having strong multi-site and collaboration features, he shows you how these can help your organisation.

The agenda also includes how the Master Schedule can be used to satisfy the forecast and how it can be used to stabilise the supply chain. Finally, Chris closes the loop on demand and supply by highlighting forecast consumption. This session is perfect for anyone wanting to understand ways they can better their forecasting and planning processes.

Want to find out more?

If you’ve already joined our session, or you’ve caught up on the recording and have any questions, please get in touch. If you enjoyed this session, why not sign-up for one of our upcoming webinars or masterclasses here and learn even more about how we can help you. We hope you enjoy!

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Demand Planning to Scheduling Webinar