Case study: How can MRP help you apply the Theory of Constraints (TOC) to drive efficiencies

Case study: How can MRP help you apply the Theory of Constraints (TOC) to drive efficiencies

Managing constraints in a supply chain is the most challenging and complex piece of the puzzle. Constraints move as demand shifts throughout the chain. Variability in demand is one thing but variability in the supply causes unwanted WIP, system pressures and exceptions everywhere. We all know MRP is good to help us automate managing supply planning. What we don’t all know is that MRP is also an effective tool to ensure integration between processes and help us identify, manage and control constraints within our supply chain.
Attend this session to learn how to:
- Maximize MRP usage, understanding and effectiveness to drive business value
- Use MRP to become proactive rather than constant firefighting (reactive)
- Maximize supply chain performance and relationships through increased visibility, trustworthy information and MRP

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