eft is conducting a survey to understand how important S&OP is and the benefits that might be gained through its use. Fill it out now and receive all of eft’s latest research.
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eft is conducting research on Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) and how it is perceived within your business. This survey will only take 5 minutes and no individual responses are reported, your answers will remain anonymous.
The survey looks at how widespread the understanding of S&OP is within your company, the involvement of the corporate management in this process and the benefits you might have gained through the use of S&OP.
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