Scorecards are beginning to play a more prominent role in the industry's quest to implement efficient distribution practices that benefit retailers and wholesalers, as well as suppliers. While scorecards are not new, the benchmarking tools are gaining in stature as the need to better understand trading partners' goals and capabilities becomes vital for making progress in a wide range of Efficient Consumer Response program initiatives. The potential of scorecards for helping companies work ...
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