It is predicted that by 2021, over 2.14 billion people will be buying online. It’s a worldwide phenomenon; with e-commerce firmly established as the fastest-growing retail channel, traditional retailers face challenging times ahead as consumers continue to shift from bricks to clicks. In the face of increasing consumer demands, a competitive market has become cut-throat, prompting today’s retailers to review and re-plan their future strategies today, in order to succeed tomorrow. Difficult questions need to be answered: how to reduce inventory but offer a broad product range; how to reduce delivery times and customer convenience without increasing costs; how to reduce store-size but increase in-store visits and crucially, how to create a seamless shopping experience across all channels.
Integrated Business Planning (IBP) is rebooting retail. In the modern era of digital domination, IBP is being used by some of the best in business to handle the transition into 21st century omnichannel organizations. It enables them to meet fluctuating demand, adapt to fast-moving trends and seasonal variations, manage campaigns and promotions and attract customers with innovative products and services; all according to the brand objectives and strategic direction of the business.
Here are some companies we have worked with. Click to download a case study
Scenario Planning Trigger Points – Creating an Integrated Response to Scenarios
Getting the Most From Integrated Business Planning
From Disorder to Agility
Integrated Business Planning for High Performance Businesses
Boost Performance - Connect Strategy and Execution through Integrated Business Planning
Business Transformation in Global Organisations - Lessons learned and successes earned
Successful S&OP through Integrated Business Planning
Who Owns Inventory? Stop the Blame Game
Why Annual Planning Should Be a Significant Non-Event
Transitioning from Sales and Operations Planning to Integrated Business Planning
The Day Exuberance Trumped a Proven Process
Sustainable High Performance and Profitability
Highlights from Oliver Wight's third annual conference in 2016.
Highlights from Oliver Wight's 2018 event for healthcare leaders
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Highlights from Oliver Wight's 2018 conference about the impact of Brexit on businesses and their supply chains.
Highlights from our unique workshop which took place in November 2019, focusing on the future of Integrated Business Planning, known as Enterprise Business Planning.
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