EFFECTIVE INVENTORY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
The challenge is to turn inventory back into cash!
EIM allows an organization to meet or exceed customers’ expectations of product availability while maximizing net profits.
To our Friends and Visitors
Over the past several months, most of us have experienced great disruptions in our lives. This has included nearly all aspects of inventory management and supply chain planning in nearly every business and organization. We are recognizing new patterns of product demand as we work with our clients. Some of these trends will be permanent, some temporary, and others will evolve over time. In many instances, replenishment practices have also needed to be revised. We have updated our forecasting and replenishment models, policies and procedures so that they will be effective in this new reality.
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Inventory is typically your largest asset and biggest challenge. Effective Inventory Management has over 20 years of experience providing consulting services, leading educational classes and seminars, writing articles and books, and developing tools that help organizations manage inventory levels in a way that contributes to the overall success of the business.
Welcome Matthew to EIM!
We are pleased to introduce Matthew Schreibfeder, Vice President of Analytics for Effective Inventory Management, Inc. (EIM).
Matt comes to EIM after extensive experience as a project analyst at Exxon Mobil. Previously, he served as a nuclear submarine officer in the U.S. Navy. Matt earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Military Institute and a master’s degree in Engineering Management from Old Dominion University. He is married and has 2 children.
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