When cosmetics giant Revlon decided to implement Oliver Wight’s Integrated Business Planning, the organization wanted to make sure that change was not just superficial.
Nampak Flexible received the Oliver Wight Class A standard for Integrated Business Planning, doubled productivity, reduced lead times by two thirds and witnessed a return to profitability.
Leading engine manufacturer Chongqing Cummins Engine Co., Ltd (CCEC) has reinvented itself, having undergone a major transformation programme. Find out about CCEC's journey and how the company achieved Class A certification.
By bringing alignment to its long-term planning for growth with day-to-day operational plans, Kimberly-Clark Corporation (Brazil) was able to develop a formal planning process to enhance company-wide communication making a significant impact on profits.
Simplot rolled out IBP across its organisation with phenomenal results. Service levels are up at 98%; it achieved Class A accreditation for capable planning and control and is driving product innovation on its journey to world-class performance.
After teetering on the edge of dissolution, SUNTEC has undergone a radical transformation to reaffirm its position as the leading global gear pump manufacturer, with a turnover of over €25m.
In the last thirteen years, Uponor has undergone a radical transformation to become a world-class organisation. Oliver Wight and Oracle developed a solution combining IBP and advanced IT systems to build the pipeline leading to Uponor’s global success.
After 12 years of war in the Middle East budget cuts hit and for all branches of the US military and new levels of efficiency are the order of the day. The US Army is the first of the services to conduct an Integrated Business Planning program.