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  • Develop Solution  + (Analyzing current application of product of service, identify renewal and up-sell opportunities)
  • Publish Distribution Plan  + (Approving, formatting and communicating th
    Approving, formatting and communicating the Distribution Plan. This may include a formal process to review and ratify the plan and/or identify alternative scenarios triggering a rerun of a recalculation with the intention to achieve a more favorable Distribution Plan
    achieve a more favorable Distribution Plan)
  • Publish Production Plan  + (Approving, formatting and communicating the Production Plan. This may include generating Production/Work Order Requisitions.)
  • Publish Sourcing Plan  + (Approving, formatting and communicating the Materials Requirements Plan (MRP))
  • Receive  + (Arrival, validation and acceptance of a sh
    Arrival, validation and acceptance of a shipment in preparation for unloading. This includes processing identification of the vehicle, verification of paperwork, weighing in, providing special instructions to the unloading area, assigning a position in the unloading queue and parking or queueing the vehicle, container, rail car
    queueing the vehicle, container, rail car)
  • Assess Regulatory Impact  + (Assess Regulatory Impact)
  • Assign Driver  + (Assigning equipment, operators, and/or drivers to a specific shipment. For outsourced transport this process represents receiving such information from the carrier)
  • File:OR-BMC.png  + (Business Model Canvas in OpenReference template)
  • Business-to-Customer  + (Business model where a company (generally a manufacturer) markets, sells and/or delivers to consumers (individuals, households). An alternative name for B2C is Retail)
  • Business-to-Business  + (Business model where a company (generally a manufacturer) markets, sells and delivers to other businesses)
  • Business-to-Government  + (Business model where a company (generally a manufacturer) markets, sells and delivers to government organizations (international, federal, state, local) or public-sector)
  • Business-to-Employee  + (Business model where a company delivers employee services and/or markets, sells and delivers products or services to employees. This includes Employee Purchase Programs, Employee benefits (insurance, retirement))
  • Consumer-to-Consumer  + (Business model where a company facilitates consumers to market, sell and/or deliver products or services directly to other consumers. Alternative names include: Customer-to-Customer, Peer-to-Peer)
  • Gather Demand For Make  + (Calculating the gross demand for produced material (Make Products))
  • Balance Supply & Demand  + (Calculating the optimal estimated throughput and output of the supply chain given consensus demand forecast and available and committed resources)
  • Calculate Sourcing Plan  + (Calculating the sourcing plan by comparing demand and supply for materials (and services))
  • Carrier Paid To (Destination)  + (Carriage Paid To means that the seller del
    Carriage Paid To means that the seller delivers the goods to the Carrier or another person nominated by the Seller at an agreed place (if any such place is agreed between parties) and that the Seller must contract for and pay the costs of carriage necessary to bring the goods to the named place of destination
    he goods to the named place of destination)
  • Carriage And Insurance Paid To (Destination)  + (Carriage and Insurance Paid To means that
    Carriage and Insurance Paid To means that the Seller delivers the goods to the Carrier or another person nominated by the Seller at an agreed place (if any such place is agreed between parties) and that the Seller must contract for and pay the costs of carriage necessary to bring the goods to the named place of destination
    he goods to the named place of destination)
  • Create Order  + (Ccreating a Purchase Order or Stock Transfer Order for materials (parts, ingredients, semi-finished goods, goods, products, merchandize) or services specifically for an Engineer-To-Order Sales Order or Production Order)
  • Gather Supply (Resources)  + (Collecting the resources (inventory, supply, production) available and committed to the supply chain)
  • Gather Inventory & Supply  + (Collecting, aggregating and reviewing actual inventories and scheduled receipts of products (parts, ingredients, semi-finished goods, merchandize) and services.)
  • Enterprise Application Software  + (Coming soon)
  • Transact  + (Coming soon)
  • Account  + (Coming soon)
  • Report  + (Coming soon)
  • Analyze  + (Coming soon)
  • Develop  + (Coming soon)
  • Market  + (Coming soon)
  • Plan  + (Coming soon)
  • Commodity Profile  + (Commodity Profile)
  • Publish Supply Chain Plan  + (Communicating the supply chain operations plan, gaps and corrective actions)
  • Plan Loads  + (Consolidating shipments on the same route or to the same destination into a single transport)
  • Consumer Packaged Goods  + (Consumer Packaged Goods is a term describing the industry that produces and/or sells products ('consumer goods') directly to end-customers ('consumers'))
  • Cost And Freight (Destination Port)  + (Cost and Freight means that the Seller del
    Cost and Freight means that the Seller delivers the goods on board the vessel or procures the goods already so delivered. The risk of loss of or damage to the goods passes when the goods are on board the vessel. The Seller must contract for and pay the costs and freight necessary to bring the goods to the named port of destination
    the goods to the named port of destination)
  • Cost, Insurance And Freight (Destination Port)  + (Cost, Insurance and Freight means that the
    Cost, Insurance and Freight means that the seller delivers the goods on board the vessel or procures the goods already so delivered. The risk of loss of or damage to the goods passes when the goods are on board the vessel. The Seller must contract for and pay the costs and freight necessary to bring the goods to the named port of destination
    the goods to the named port of destination)
  • Make  + (Creating, manufacturing and/or repairing products: Production, Maintenance, Repair, Remanufacturing, Recycling)
  • Create Documents  + (Creation of documents required to meet customer and carrier requirements and/or to comply with regulatory requirements)
  • Define Supply Chain Priorities  + (Define Supply Chain Priorities)
  • Delivered Duty Paid (Destination)  + (Delivered Duty Paid means that the Seller
    Delivered Duty Paid means that the Seller delivers the goods when the goods are placed at the disposal of the Buyer, cleared for import on the arriving means of transport ready for unloading at the named place of destination. The Seller bears all the costs and risks involved in bringing the goods to the place of destination and has an obligation to clear the goods not only for export but also for import, to pay any duty for both export and import and to carry out all customs formalities
    t and to carry out all customs formalities)
  • Delivered At Place (Destination)  + (Delivered at Place means that the Seller d
    Delivered at Place means that the Seller delivers when the goods are placed at the disposal of the buyer on the arriving means of transport ready for unloading at the named place of destination. The Seller bears all risks involved in bringing the goods to the named place
    d in bringing the goods to the named place)
  • Delivered At Terminal (Destination Or Destination Port)  + (Delivered at Terminal means that the Selle
    Delivered at Terminal means that the Seller delivers when the goods, once unloaded from the arriving means of transport, are placed at the disposal of the Buyer at a named terminal at the named port or place of destination. 'Terminal' includes a place, whether covered or not, such as a quay, warehouse, container yard or road, rail or air cargo terminal. The Seller bears all risks involved in bringing the goods to and unloading them at the terminal at the named port or place of destination
    at the named port or place of destination)
  • Determine Root Causes  + (Determine Root Causes)
  • Calculate Production Plan  + (Determining a production plan based on dem
    Determining a production plan based on demand, on-hand inventory, scheduled completions and capacity. This supply-demand balancing process will identify incremental production, excess inventory, undesired scheduled completions, excess capacity and capacity shortages
    ns, excess capacity and capacity shortages)
  • Route Shipments  + (Determining optimal shipping routes for individual deliveries)
  • Route & Schedule Order  + (Determining the origin and requesting product for a customer order (routing) and determining the delivery date for the order (scheduling))
  • Prioritize Supply Chains  + (Determining the relative importance of supply chains and assignment of strategy management resources. Not all supply chains are of equal value to an organization)
  • Develop Solution  + (Develop Solution)
  • Manage Sustainability  + (Developing and maintaining supply chain policies, practices, processes, technology and workforce that are not harmful to the environment, the economy or the quality of life, today and in the future)
  • Schedule Resources  + (Developing the production schedule. This includes validating material and production resource availability, coordinating production activities, sequencing production activities and monitoring and correcting production progress.)
  • Develop Network Change Roadmap  + (Development of a plan to implement supply chain network changes. Information collected/required includes: cost projections, risk assessments, performance improvement projections, business environment, internal priorities, supply chain strategy, budgets)