OTTAWA, Ontario, July 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kinaxis®, provider of RapidResponse®, a cloud-based supply chain management (SCM) and sales and operations planning (S&OP) solution, today announced that in partnership with Accenture, it will host a free session entitled "Diagnosing the Impact of Pharmaceutical Industry Trends on the Supply Chain" July 10, 2013 at 11:00 AM ET.
"Diagnosing the Impact of Pharmaceutical Industry Trends on the Supply Chain: A roadmap to understanding the 7 Factors for Treatment"
Wednesday, 10th July 2013
The pharmaceutical manufacturing industry is changing. New regulatory requirements and macro-trends, including expansion into emerging markets and increased use of third party operators, are driving prices down, but operating costs are increasing. Organizations are looking to other areas of the business to close this gap, leading to a renewed interest in the efficiency and effectiveness of supply chains. Attend this webcast to learn how a supply chain control tower allows companies to make both long-term and real-time demand and supply balancing decisions quickly, collaboratively, and in line with the shared business objectives of multiple stakeholders.
Reserve your spot for this complimentary webcast.
Roddy Martin, Managing Director, Accenture
Trevor Miles, VP Thought Leadership, Kinaxis
Kinaxis delivers a cloud-based SCM and S&OP solution. Large manufacturing companies with complex supply chain networks and volatile business environments rely on RapidResponse for collaborative planning, continuous performance monitoring, and coordinated response to plan variances across multiple areas of the business. With RapidResponse, enterprises are able to attain a control tower solution that encompasses a full spectrum of supply chain related business processes, including such functions as: S&OP, supply and capacity planning, demand planning, and supplier collaboration. As a result, Kinaxis customers have replaced disparate planning and performance management tools and are realizing significant operations performance breakthroughs. From a single product, customers are able to make both long-term and real-time demand and supply balancing decisions quickly, collaboratively, and in line with the shared business objectives of multiple stakeholders.