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Demand Driven Special Interest Group - Data Preparation

 Export to Your Calendar 2019/03/15
When: Friday, 15 March 2019
07:30
Where: Gauteng
South Africa
Presenter: Liezl Smith CSCP, CPIM, CPF, ACPF, EMLog, SCOR-P, CDDP, CLTD & Tony Rice
Contact: Caidan Makin
0110236701


Online registration is available until: 2019/03/15
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The quality of information that goes into a calculation determines the quality of the output. Garbage in, garbage out. DDMRP is no exception, as it relies on accurate and timely information to do calculations and make the most accurate recommendations. There is standard information to be gathered, both from a static and dynamic point of view. The static data goes into setting up the system and setting planning parameters, which in turn helps is the strategic set-up of the DDMRP implementation, while the feeding of dynamic data determines the quality of the daily execution and plan quality. Understanding some of the issues with data that can be encountered in the process of implementing DDMRP can help learn from other peoples' mistakes. Now who would not want to do that?

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