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Inventory Strategy: Maximizing Financial, Service and Operations Performance with Inventory Strategy | Hardcover

by Edward H. Frazelle (Author)


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Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  McGraw-Hill Education
Edition:  1st Edition
Page Count:  192 Pages
Publication Date:  April 16, 2015
Sales Rank:  1339788th



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An executive-level strategic guide to maximizing financial, service, and operations performance using the proven RightStock model of inventory management In most organizations, highly qualified professionals are required to respond to a barrage of typically uncoordinated initiatives from across the organization. Those initiatives normally include increasing SKUs, customization, and inventory availability while reducing customer response times, transportation costs, purchase costs, and manufacturing costs. Inventory Strategy arms them with a strategy for easily achieving this otherwise impossible task by presenting a proven, fact-based, balanced, and logical means of determining the proper role and level of inventory in supply chain strategy.

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