Aerospace and defense executives should increase their value chain visibility, manage demand variability and increase velocity increase profitability. Seeing and managing can improve the cost structure and schedule of any program.
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Issue 1: Supply chain and manufacturing: Focus on three "Vs" to improve supply chain management
Aerospace and defense executives should increase their value chain visibility, better manage demand variability and increase velocity to help improve profitability in today’s market. Being able to see what inventory is in the pipeline and manage it effectively and efficiently is a valuable means to managing the cost structure and schedule of any program.
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