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Without the crucial data and intelligence that a TPM system generates, a TPO solution will have nothing to work with and the investment will be wasted.

Did you know that only one in three companies is satisfied with its demand and supply chain planning solution? Here, Supply Chain Insights Founder Lora Cecere shares insights on how to avoid the pitfalls.

Alex Hase of Retail Solutions Inc., answers the question: Do developing markets still offer the opportunities and source for growth that retailers and suppliers crave?

Bryan Nella, director of Corporate Communications for GT Nexus, an Infor company, reveals the obstacles and pressures facing the consumer goods industry in the New Year and how to address them.

To avoid common category management challenges, such as lost sales and bloated inventory, here are five ways brand owners can arm retailers with the next generation of space and assortment planning capabilities and insights.

In order to achieve optimal global expansion, Richard Essigs of E&Y explains how to balance what strategies have worked in the past with what will deliver success in the future.

Consumer products companies are presented with a challenging opportunity engaging with digital consumers in an environment where companies no longer drive the conversation. Consumers can get what they want, when and how they want it.

Kantar Retails Chief Knowledge Officer Bryan Gildenberg explains how addressable, behavioral and contextual marketing will drive better Reach, Resonance and Returns.

Amid the ever-growing market of predictive analytics and new technologies in the consumer products industry, cognitive computing is an exciting new journey.

Today's digitally-connected world has drastically changed consumer expectations. That same connectivity, coupled with important advancements in technology, is poised to reshape the manufacturing industry, driving a fourth industrial revolution that many are calling industry 4.0.

Consumer goods companies get real benefit from their investments in advanced analytics when they get three things right: talent, technology and culture.

Today's digital channels have and will continue to fundamentally transform the consumer experience, creating a new class of more informed and more demanding shoppers.

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