Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG)
As private label sees unprecedented growth, there is an exciting opportunity for manufacturers to take advantage of major retailers’ promotional activities and steady customer demand. At the same time, CPG companies that manufacture branded goods need to tackle fierce competition, increased manufacturing complexity, greater demand on the sales teams and the need for faster product innovation cycles.
Integrated Business Planning allows CPG companies to fully integrate business processes over a longer planning horizon. Organizations can better manage product portfolios, optimize the demand plan, supply chain processes and break down traditional functional silos.
Oliver Wight has worked with some of the world’s leading CPG companies: adidas Group, Avon Cosmetics, Cadbury Schweppes, Campbell Soup, Diageo Brands, General Mills, Haagen Daz, Mars, Nampak, Nestle, Oriflame, Revlon, R J Reynolds, and QFC.
Latest white papers & case studies
Transitioning from Sales and Operations Planning to Integrated Business Planning
Latest videos and webinars
Moving to E2E Supply Chain Management with IBP coordination
Watch the video to see Oliver Wight's CEO Les Brookes explains how to drive End-to-End supply chain transformation with IBP.
Supply Management - Is it time to evolve your approach?
Oliver Wight Partner Neil Hill discusses whether it's time to evolve your supply chain as part of this webinar for Supply Management.
The future of Supply Chain Planning
Big data, predictive analytics, optimisers and ultimately artificial intelligence, is changing the way we view supply chain planning.
Brexit deal or no deal?
Does your Supply Chain give you a competitive edge? Kirsty Braines and Paul Archer help you compare your current supply chain performance to your peers.
Piloter votre entreprise vers le success
Steering your company to success: how to achieve your goals through integrated supply chain planning.
Pharmaceutical / Medical
Flexibility, agility and efficiency are key to surviving and thriving and the difference between success
The chemical industry continues to deal with significant challenges including increasing safety and environmental
As demand accelerates, how can manufacturing companies balance growth, visibility, profitability, cycle