Why cost to serve is the key to S&OP maturity
In my previous blog
, I explained why Supply Chain Controlling is becoming indispensable – not only to allocate supply chain costs correctly, but also to develop new insights that allow more forward-looking decision-making. However, introducing Supply Chain Controlling comes with a couple of challenges. One of them is the need for Finance colleagues who have a thorough understanding of both the business and its entire value chain. That’s why a smart way to get started with Supply Chain Controlling is to introduce a new approach to cost to serve.