December 30, 2016
Ralph Cox, Principal, Tompkins International
Many people who work in supply chains are familiar with the old saying, “The forecast is always wrong.”
It’s almost always true, of course. But it doesn’t mean that it’s not important or it can’t be improved. It also doesn’t mean the cost for accuracy improvement is hig...
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