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Supply Chain Collaboration Strategies for the Consumer Electronics Industry

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August 2005

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supply-chain-collab.... Implementation Methodology

The team responsible for implementing Oracle Retail Value Chain Collaboration has developed and fine-tuned a path to successful collaboration system implementations. Our proven methodology is comprised of four major phases:

  1. • Define Collaboration Strategy
  2. • Develop Collaboration Program
  3. • Launch Collaboration Program
  4. • Rollout Collaboration Program

The objectives of the first phase are to define the collaboration strategy by company, and to align the value of collaboration with the corporate goals and objectives of the retailers and consumer electronics manufacturers.

During the second phase, the trading partners prepare for collaboration, and develop a detailed deployment plan.

With the deployment plan in hand, the trading partners are ready to implement the collaborative solution and measure the results.

During the launch phase, file transmissions are typically unidirectional from demand planning, merchandising, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and Warehouse Management (WMS) systems to the collaborative application platform. This reduces project complexity and allows the project team to focus on correcting the immediate business misalignments. Files are received from both the buyer and the seller to enable inter-enterprise comparison of past and future business expectations. Typical file formats used for collaboration includes flat files, EDI, and XML.

Finally, the trading partners move the collaboration initiative into a fully integrated, enterprise-wide solution supporting a broader set of products, business processes, distribution centers, and retail outlets. At this stage, bidirectional data integration between the existing operational systems and the collaborative platform is recommended to enable the broad rollout implementation.

Supply Chain Collaboration Strategies for the Consumer Electronics Industry Page 8

Proven Results

While specific results vary, Oracle Retail Value Chain Collaboration customers have experienced results in the following areas:

  1. • Sustained inventory reduction by as much as 10 percent to 60 percent for both the buyer and seller
  2. • Improved forecast accuracy by as much as 10 percent to 30 percent
  3. • Enhanced store shelf stock rates by as much as 2 percent to 8 percent
  4. • Increased sales by as much as 5 percent to 20 percent
  5. • Reduction of logistics costs by as much as 3 percent to 4 percent

In addition to these tangible results, Oracle clients have also reported improved conditions in the following intangible categories:

  1. • Reduction of the last-minute, costly expedition of product shipments
  2. • Reduction of lost sales opportunities
  3. • Improved business relationships between buyer and sellers due to joint supply chain visibility and shared planning
  4. • Scalable business processes that allow for the same staff to more efficiently manage more business relationships.

SUMMARY

To be successful, consumer electronics retailers and manufacturers must maximize the efficiency of their demand and replenishment processes, while minimizing the liability exposure of changes to supply and demand. Supply chain collaboration management is a process that supports retailers’ and manufacturers’ business goals by managing large volumes of strategic supply chain time series data by exceptions. This can help consumer electronics retailers and manufacturers in the following areas:

  1. • Enhancement of relationships between retailers and manufacturers through collaboration.
  2. • Improved supply chain responsiveness through the timely correction of misalignments of demand and supply signals
  3. • Enhanced coordination of promotional events through synchronized events planning and execution between retailers and suppliers
  4. • Better demand planning leading to higher forecast accuracy results, which in turn lead to higher service levels and increased sales
  5. • Improved replenishment planning as inventory positions, sales, lead times, and other supply chain planning data is taken into consideration

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