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The Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise (DDAE)
The Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise model is a management and operational model designed to enable enterprises to adapt to complex and volatile environments. The model utilizes a constant system of innovation and feedback between three primary components; a Demand Driven Operating Model, Demand Driven S&OP and Adaptive S&OP.
Chad Smith will be our guest speaker. Chad is the co-founder of the Demand Driven Institute which promotes the advancement of Demand Driven methods in the materials, capacity and performance management areas. Chad will provide an overview of the core concepts of the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise.
Following Chad’s remarks, Demand Driven Technologies will provide a brief demonstration of Replenishment+ and its soon to be released Advanced Planning Module which supports DD S&OP.
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Demand Driven MRP and Replenishment+®
Companies around the world have adopted the Demand Driven MRP methodology and experienced substantial improvements in customer service, reduced lead times and lower inventories. Demand Driven MRP was introduced to the market by Chad Smith and Carol Ptak, in 2011 with the publication of Orlicky’s Material Requirements Planning, 3rd revised edition. Chad and Carol have since published Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (Ptak and Smith, Industrial Press, 2016) focused entirely on the methodology.
DD Tech is pleased to have Chad Smith as our guest speaker for this webinar. Chad will present an overview of the methodology and will highlight recent implementations.
Following Chad’s presentation, DD Tech will present a demonstration of Replenishment+® – the market’s most widely deployed DDMRP solution. We’ll also discuss our unique Simulation and Opportunity Snapshot analysis offers which can help you and your firm get a preview of the impact that DDMRP tactics can have on your business.
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