Planning and forecasting software is not meant to be an ERP. Also, the software designed for the internal supply chain might not be the best fit for tracking the external supply chain. The scope of planning and forecasting and ERP might differ in various industries. Retail is especially a unique beast. Due to the transaction volume, the OMS, WMS, TMS, and S&OP layer does the major heavy lifting for retail. So where does Blue Youder fit, and how should it be used in enterprise architecture?
In today's episode, we invited a panel of industry experts for a live discussion on LinkedIn to conduct an independent review of Blue Yonder WMS capabilities. We covered many grounds, including their evolution, role in the enterprise architecture, and the industries that are the right fit for them. We also covered their unique capabilities, such as planograms, retail planning, and supply chain control tower capabilities.
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