This case study explains how leading consumer products company Del Monte transitioned from legacy systems to consumer-driven network, enabled shelf-to-supply collaboration, and boosted service levels to +99% while reducing inventory by 27%.
Like many companies today, Del Monte Foods (Del Monte) found that their legacy systems and outdated business processes and tools were not capable of supporting their global supply chain. They also realized that their traditional, inward focused linear supply chain processes were making it difficult to respond effectively to rapid changes in demand, supply or constrained capacity.
Del Monte used One Network to become consumer-driven and more responsive with collaboration from the shelf back to the supplier. Among other improvements, Del Monte was able to boost service levels to over 99% while reducing inventory by 27%. This case study covers the challenges and solutions that Del Monte implemented, and details the dramatic improvements that resulted.
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