Driving operational excellence in the warehouse

It’s easy for organizations to take their warehouse operations for granted, often overlooking the functional importance of warehouses and their direct impact on customer satisfaction and loyalty. In fact, many organizations view warehouse operations simply as cost centers because of the labor requirements, equipment management, and physical presence of working capital. Warehouse operations are often siloed from other supply chain functions—such as demand planning, sales and operations planning (S&OP), and procurement—due to the physical distance that usually separates warehouses from front offices, as well as that warehouse operations are typically executed several weeks or even months after planning is conducted.


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