Webinar: Increase revenue through better Product Life Cycle Management

Tuesday, 24 November 2020 | 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM AEDT | 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM SGT

This FREE webinar will focus on how to increase revenue through better Product Life Cycle Management.

Decisions around assortment management are often coupled with a high level of financial risk. As a result, such decisions should not be taken lightly. However, unless you have a complete understanding of how your decisions will impact other departments within the business, how can you be sure that you are adopting the right approach to product lifecycle management?

Expert, Erik de Witte, will talk you through the subject assortment management, the different product life cycle stages, risks involved, etc.

For whom

The webinar is exclusively aimed at General Directors, Senior Leaders, Managers and planners responsible for supply chain, logistics, operations, finance, purchasing, planning or procurement at stock holding companies.


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Who is Slimstock

Founded in 1993, Slimstock has become a leading inventory optimisation specialist.

Over the years our passion and knowledge of the subject has resulted in Slimstock being trusted by over 1000 companies in 50 countries around the word. Next to providing consultancy and trainings, we also offer our integral software solution Slim4, a solution for forecasting, demand planning and inventory control. Slim4 is designed and built to help customers to get the right stock, to the right place, at the right time. With Slim4 our customers are able to achieve inventory reductions between 10% - 30%, an increase in sales of 2% - 7% and an efficiency of up to 50%.

We believe that winning supply chains are able to adapt quickly to changing circumstances – They are not only cost-efficient, but also very agile. We share knowledge and experience with our customers, aiming to make them outperform in inventory optimisation. We believe that, especially in today’s environment, a winning supply chain is a requirement for survival.