SOURCE: Interlace Systems

September 27, 2005 08:00 ET

Interlace Systems Announces Webinar: "S&OP: Why Now?"

SAN MATEO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 27, 2005 -- Interlace Systems, a leading provider of Operational Performance Planning software, and SCDigest invite you to a web seminar, "S&OP: Why Now?" S&OP is a well-known best practice that has been in existence for decades. However, despite all the well-published results some companies have achieved, many are still struggling to implement truly productive solutions. Given the dynamics of today's rapidly changing marketplace, S&OP has become one of the hottest topics in operational planning.

Date:          Tuesday, October 4, 2005

Time:          10:00 AM Pacific (1:00pm Eastern)

Speakers:      Lora Cecere, Research Director, AMR Research
               Scott Barnum, CEO, Cocoa Pete's

Overview:      Join Lora Cecere, Research Director at AMR Research, and Scott
               Barnum, CEO of Cocoa Pete's, as they discuss why S&OP has
               become an imperative in today's dynamic marketplace. Lora and
               Scott will address the following questions:
               --  What is dictating a renewed focus on S&OP?

               --  What issues are driving S&OP in specific markets?

               --  Why are current S&OP processes and solutions strained?

               --  How does senior management view S&OP?

               --  What are the critical elements of a successful S&OP  
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About Interlace Systems

Interlace Systems provides Operational Performance Planning software that bridges the gap between traditional business planning tools and execution systems. Now executives and planners can use a simple Excel front-end to model complex business problems using the Interlace server that automates the collection and consolidation of data stored in multiple disconnected systems. The solution is used to support a variety of critical operational planning processes such as consensus demand plan creation and management, material component exposure and liability estimation, and sales and operations planning. The company's products and services are marketed to large and mid-size enterprises in high-technology and electronics, discrete manufacturing and consumer goods industries. Interlace Systems is headquartered in San Mateo, Calif. For more information, contact (650) 574-1422 or visit

Contact Information

  • Press Contact:
    Lisa Bergamo
    Bergamo Communications (for Interlace Systems)
    (650) 380-9250