CPFR

AcronymDefinition
CPFRCollaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment
CPFRCollaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (merchandising)
CPFRCollaborative Planning Forecasting and Replenishment
CPFRContinuous Planning Forecasting & Replenishment
CPFRCalling Party Forced Release
CPFRContralateral Pain Flexor Reflex (histology)
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Isso tem ocorrido por meio de casos como os da Motorola (Cederlund, Kohli, Sherer, & Yao, 2007) e da West Marine (Smith, 2006), de estudos teoricos como o de Fliedner (2003) e Attaran e Attaran (2007) e, ultimamente, de estudos que utilizam simulacoes (Caridi, Cigolini, & Demarco, 2006; Poler, Hernandez, Mula, & Lario, 2008; Thron, Nagy, & Wassan, 2006) na intencao de entender os beneficios da adocao do CPFR ou mesmo de outras ferramentas tecnologicas que contribuam para uma melhor gestao da demanda.
Prior to deciding how much of the nine-step CPFR model that the retailer would tackle Hartnett's group spent a consider able amount of time translating the process into the company's own terms.
CPFR requires trading partners to extend collaboration to encompass operational planning to execution through the use of technology.
CPFR is a set of collaborative business practices that enable trading partners to gain visibility into each other's demand chains, order forecasts and promotional plans through a standardized, systematic process of shared brand and category plans, exception identification and resolution, according to the Washington, D.
Meanwhile, Transora, a close competitor to WWRE, claims it has just become the first CPG e-marketplace to link its CPFR application to a data catalogue of supplier's products.
Simply put, CPFR is a way to apply collaborative processes across the supply and demand chain.
CPFR, however, allows for the exchange of what might be better characterized as knowledge rather than merely information.
A longtime member of the Voluntary Inter-Industry Commerce Solutions Association (VICS), he joined that group's CPFR advisory team in 2004.
For example, the RIS/Gartner study found that the key barriers to successful implementation of CPFR systems are internal mistrust and organizational bias.