Decentralized, non-network-oriented spare parts planning is conducive to serious problems, such as “bullwhip effect”, inaccurate sales forecast and a negative impact on the supply chain. Therefore, it constitutes a
dead end in the long term.
In this part of our white paper series, we will show you what you can get from moving to centralized, network-oriented spare parts planning and the
preconditions you need to perform the change. In addition, we will depict all the steps in the change process, which have proven successful in practice.
What you will get out of this.
What can you gain from moving to centralized spare parts planning?
What are the preconditions you need to perform the change?
What are the steps you need to take in the change process?
What are the core processes in spare parts planning?