Solid early results from pilots of collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment, including increased sales, reduced out-of-stocks and lower inventory levels, have retailers and manufacturers seeking ways to move the process even further ahead. In addition to new and expanded CPFR pilots, trading partners are looking at employing the Internet as a common information platform, as well as adding point-of-sale item movement data to the forecasting and monitoring processes. According ...

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