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Webinar: How to move towards a steady state, predictable supply chain in an unstable world

By Garvis - Nov 29, 2022 11:08:36 AM

Overview webinar SupplyvueTraditional planning solutions and S&OP don’t connect volatile demand and supply in a meaningful way. The result is the bullwhip: bad forecasts, unstable plans, overstocks, lost sales, and overloaded planners.

The good news is you can now create a continual learning environment to drive stability by combining AI on the demand side together with production cycle methodology on the supply side. This enables you to detect early changes in customer buying behaviour.


Most demand changes will respond to and be absorbed by the production cycle approach, but alerting will surface where parameter change is required. This approach consistently outperforms traditional planning with significantly lower inventory and higher service levels and sets out the path for continuous ongoing improvement.

Immediate Impact | Rapid Deployments | Sustainable ROI  


In this 60-min webinar, Piet Buyck, CEO at Garvis, and Kim Lloyd, Commercial Director at SupplyVue Ltd explain the powerful combination of Demand Sensing with Supply cycle and what-if scenario planning through real-world examples.

This approach integrates the best possible demand signals and market insights with identifying the right cadence to synchronise and stabilise your end-to-end supply chain even for highly complex supply chains. Integration of strategy and execution across all critical supply chain functions yields transformational results and rapid ROI.


Session 1: 9:00 AM Central European Time (Recommended for the eastern hemisphere)
Session 2: 4:00 PM Central European Time (Recommended for the western hemisphere)



What will I learn?


In addition to immediate business impact via fast deployments, the following topics will be discussed:


  1. The ‘bionic’ relationship between planners and next-gen technology
  2. Using AI to improve decision-making under volatile conditions
  3. How Supply cycles, supply network synchronisation, and what-if scenarios link leadership strategy and operational execution
  4. Why this approach enables continuous learning and improvement in your supply network
  5. Beyond the hype: How these can be tested and proven to work in your business

Piet Circle-2Whom will I listen to?


Piet Buyck - CEO - Garvis


Piet is a global technology executive with over 30 years of success in managing and positioning high-value IT-applications that are disruptive to current practices. He is well known as an influential, strategic, business thought leader with significant achievements and expertise in artificial intelligence, demand sensing and demand planning. As CEO of Garvis, Piet is on a crusade to make artificial intelligence for forecasting easy, accessible, and explainable while keeping the planners in control.




Kim Lloyd


Kim Lloyd - Commercial Director - SupplyVue


Kim is the Commercial Director, at SupplyVue Ltd. SupplyVue is a leading-edge Supply Chain analytics and modeling software solution that enables businesses to better run their end-to-end supply chains. At the core of her supply chain leadership capability is 25 years of experience in many Supply Chain roles up to Director level in Hi-tech (Philips) and consumer goods (P&G) delivering strategic and operational improvement. She also sits on the advisory board for Innovate UK and is the Chairman of the Charity Cyclopark.






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