The EyeOn Consumer Products team serves FMCG and retail companies, and manufacturers of durable consumer goods. We have extensive industry experience and understand the volatile world with high promotional pressure, rapidly changing product portfolios and where increasingly more data is available. We help our clients to overcome the supply chain and business challenges faced in today’s volatile world.
Our consultants support in the design, implementation and optimization of core tactical processes in IBP / S&OP, demand planning and supply planning. We deliver concrete projects with a short throughput time and clear deliverables.
Next to that we help companies to reduce waste in their supply chains with the help of fact-based models; we help to gain insights and also optimize promotional effectiveness by using our driver-based forecasting techniques; we improve decision making with our data driven processes and visuals dashboards, and we step on board in digitalization journeys of our customers and help them select, design and implement next generation planning tools. With this, we help companies to achieve tangible and durable bottom-line results.
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Companies in the Consumer Product industry often deal with comparable issues, like setting up best-in-class S&OP and Integrated Business Planning processes, improving forecast accuracy, using fact-based promotion planning, involving sales, working capital reduction, scenario planning and using non-conventional demand signals to predict sales.
By exchanging experiences and sharing best-practices on Planning & Forecasting topics between peers, every company benefits from the learnings. EyeOn enables knowledge sharing through hosting inspirational knowledge network events for Planning & Forecasting professionals in the Consumer Products industry. Discuss the latest trends and innovations in your field, exchange knowledge with the business peers and learn from the best practices during our events!
Consumer Products projects
Using order book data to enhance your statistical forecast The vast majority of companies rely on statistical forecast models to predict their demand. These models use time series of historical sales to estimate future demand. A key assumption of these models is that...
The challenge As this unique month is coming to an end a new challenge is presenting itself for supply chain specialists. By now everyone world-wide is facing some impact of the corona virus. For sales and operations planning (S&OP) this means: in a few days the...
The current fast changing demand and supply world does not wait for next month’s S&OP cycle. There is a big need to increase speed and quality of decision-making and to reduce data latency. To cope with the abundance of signals influencing the supply chain, there...
|27/10/2020||12:00 - 13:00||Online||Webinar: Smoothen your demand planning process; an FMCG best practice case|
|03/11/2020||12:00 - 13:00||Online||Webinar: The Intelligent Supply Chain|
|17/11/2020||12:00 - 12:45||Online||Webinar: Lighten your load with Planning Services|