Join Best Practices Inventory Management authority Grant Howard for a company changing session on how to maximize your company’s inventory investment impact and ROI. Best Practices inventory management plays a critical factor in the success of increased revenue, profits and customer experience. To thrive today, distributors have to balance the objectives of top and bottom line growth with the objectives of customer service and company longevity. Now more than ever distributors must understand the difference between buying and selling inventory versus managing inventory for growth, profit and customer experience.
Many distributors struggle with how to properly manage inventory, what the objectives are and how it all has to come together to drive stellar results. Many distributors forget that INVENTORY is the reason for their being. Grant will discuss concepts, tools and techniques that allow a distributor to offer stellar service while realizing improved returns on their inventory investment. Fill Rates, Turns, Freight, Transactional Cost, Surplus and Measurement will be discussed. Big picture – better profits, better service, better company!
Whether your company is getting ready to implement an inventory management process, already has a solid inventory management process established, or is somewhere inbetween; you will want to understand and implement these powerful inventory management steps. Don't miss this high impact, fast moving opportunity to take your company's inventory management process to a new level. This session is non system specific; no matter what system you are using, you will want to attend this session.
Grant Howard is a distribution industry expert and authority on “Best Practices” inventory management, operational excellence and smart technology utilization. He is well known for his ability to take real world problems and issues and turn them into opportunities; applying real world solutions that work and drive results. Grant is the conceptual designer of the Advanced Inventory Management (AIM) features and techniques in the SX.e, FACTS and A+ ERP systems.