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Keynote Video: How Nestlé Deployed Predictive Analytics For Better Planning
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How can you make sure that in a fast changing environment, your demand planning methodology stays at the cutting edge? When it comes to gaining competitive advantage in the business of today, traditional forecasting models and planning are not always enough - especially for industries that rely on multiple new product launches every year. The answer lies in predictive analytics.


Nestlé has successfully implemented predictive analytics on a global scale. We knew that deploying this technology across our multiple regions required not only predictive analytic models and the knowledge to extract insights from them, but also a robust S&OP process where analytics is a key input. In that sense, you must ensure your analytics initiatives go beyond being just experiments, and make sure they are fully integrated and respected as growth drivers.


Watch this keynote presentation from IBF’s Business Planning, Forecasting & S&OP conference in Amsterdam 2017, and you’ll learn how to recruit the right people and localize them in an efficient way to establish analytics as your company’s tool for better insight and planning.


You will learn:

  • How Nestlé integrated predictive analytics into its S&OP processes on a global scale
  • How predictive analytics responds to major changes happening now in demand planning
  • How to adapt your organisation to take advantage of predictive analytics with practical tips

For more insight into predictive analytics, planning and S&OP from global leaders in the field, join IBF’s Business Planning, Forecasting & S&OP Conference in Amsterdam, from 14-16 November 2018. The biggest event of it’s kind in Europe, it features speakers from Innocent Drinks, Johnson & Johnson, AbbVie, Cole Haan, Reckit Benckiser, Heineken and more.

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Olivier Gléron
AVP Demand & Supply Planning
Nestlé HQ
After graduating in Mechanical Engineering and taking a Masters in Business, Olivier started his career at Nestlé in France as an internal auditor. He worked his way up to audit team leader before moving into Supply Chain, where he worked on a project integrating the Nestlé European Pet Food Division. His Supply Chain journey would soon take him to the U.K., where he was put in charge of planning for dry factories in Europe. After 5 years in this product category, including the integration of an acquired Pet Food company in 1998, Oliver transferred to Nestlé HQ in Switzerland. Working with the Corporate Supply Chain team, he managed supply between international markets. In 2003 he assumed the role of Supply Chain Director for the local Nestlé entity. Here he built the Procurement, Demand & Supply Planning, Customer Service and Physical Logistics infrastructures to support Nestlé’s expansion into the Romanian market. In 2008 he was transferred to the Baltics region as Nestlé Supply Chain Director, where he implemented a range of structural initiatives, delivering improvements across several key indicators. Olivier took over as AVP of Demand & Supply Planning at Nestlé HQ in 2013.
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