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MDM Webcast: Inventory Management - New Paradigms for Visibility
Best practices for inventory management have been whiplashed from just-in-time to just-in-case. After double-digit growth for years for distributors, consensus forecasts indicate a slowdown in 2023. Join us for this free one-hour webcast to better prepare your team for what’s ahead.

We’ll explore the current state of inventory management after three volatile years; how to maintain lean, efficient inventory (and cash) practices with high customer-service levels; and how to increase your supply-chain visibility to ensure high service levels.

Key takeaways from this webcast:

• Inventory stratification & demand forecasting techniques
• Managing fluctuating inventory priorities more effectively
• Key service-to-inventory level metrics for 2023
• Attributes of a skilled inventory-planning team
• Rethinking strategies for supplier performance, approval process and continuity

Feb 7, 2023 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jeffrey Porter
CMO @StockIQ
Jeffrey has 30 years of hands-on experience developing solutions and processes for inventory planning and management within the distribution and manufacturing industries. He serves in multiple concurrent functions to deliver world-class supply chain planning software and services. StockIQ is one of the most respected supply chain planning software brands in North America.
Mike Hockett
Executive Editor @Modern Distribution Management
Mike Hockett is MDM's executive editor, having joined the publication in March 2022. He oversees MDM’s editorial content and direction, coordinates with contributing authors, conducts interviews with executives in the wholesale distribution space and serves as the editorial face of MDM at industry events. He has extensively covered the distribution and manufacturing sectors since 2014. Hockett earned a degree in print journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and works from his home in Madison, Wisconsin.