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Supply Chain Matters on Vanguard Software

by Vanguard Software

Supply Chain Matters focuses lens on IT and business process innovation at Vanguard Software Corporation

Recently, our leadership team at Vanguard Software sat down with Bob Ferrari and demonstrated the unique capabilities of our cloud forecasting and demand-supply planning platform. Ferrari is an independent supply-chain expert who heads the Ferrari Consulting and Research Group, and the influential Supply Chain Matters® blog.

Want to know what Bob thinks? Read his blog post In a nutshell, he says: “Vanguard represents one of the best kept secrets in the contiguous areas of supply chain management planning, simulation, and advanced analytics capabilities.”

Bob should know; he has extensive experience in global supply chain management that spans all aspects of supply chain business processes and supporting information technology, including as Director of Supply Chain Product Marketing for SAP AG. Additionally, he’s directed research at top-tier industry analyst firms including AMR Research (now Gartner) and IDC.

In addition to running his consultancy, Bob offers thoughtful perspective and analysis in his Supply Chain Matters blog. As he puts it, “we provide independent, unbiased views, insights, and education into today’s burning topics surrounding the managing and deployment of global supply chains. … my goal is to present a balanced, educational, and insightful view of key topics.”

About Vanguard Software
Vanguard Software introduced its first product for decision support analysis in 1995. Today, companies across every major industry and more than 60 countries rely on Vanguard Software’s Integrated Business Planning (IBP), forecasting and advanced analytic cloud platform. Vanguard Software is based in Cary, North Carolina.

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