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Tillamook Succeeds in New Markets with Strategic Supply Chain Planning

Date:  August 21, 2019
Time: 11 a.m.- 12 p.m. ET

With a growing product portfolio, geographic expansion plans and a rapidly widening customer base, Tillamook County Creamery Association needed a more sophisticated supply chain planning approach to achieve its strategic growth plan. Attend this webcast and hear how the company transformed its supply chain to provide greater visibility and a flexible single platform for digital and operational supply chain success, including how Tillamook:

  • Saved $3.4M in spoilage and obsolescence
  • Decreased finished goods inventory by 50-75%
  • Increased fill rates to a reliable 98-99%
  • Improved forecast accuracy by 25%
  • Expanded sales volume, products, customers and distribution points
  • Increased visibility of new items across production locations

Presented by: 
Elaine Videau, Senior Planning Manager, Tillamook County Creamery Association
Elaine oversees the demand and supply planning for several product lines including all cheese, ice cream, cultured and butter products. Elaine has 28 years’ experience in the food industry in various planning leadership roles. Elaine’s planning experience includes leading teams with other major food companies like Land O’Lakes, Ruiz Foods and Aurora Foods. Elaine first became familiar with the benefits of Logility software in 2005 with the successful implementation of Logility Voyager Manufacturing Planning™ at Ruiz Foods. 

Karin Bursa, Executive Vice President, Logility 
Karin Bursa oversees Logility's market positioning and strategy development programs and has more than 25 years of experience in the development, support and marketing of supply chain and retail planning solutions. She speaks frequently at industry conferences and is an active member of several industry organizations including VICS, APICS and CSCMP.