Amandine Cazeaux


Amandine Cazeaux

About Amandine Cazeaux

Amandine Cazeaux is senior finance executive for a leading oil field services company and has past experience in auditing and controlling. When her company chose to implement SAP software, Amandine became the product owner in charge of intercompany transactions, which included the management of the design, testing, and deployment of transactions ranging from the procurement of goods to settling receivables and payables. She was involved in one of the largest and most successful SAP implementations.

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How To Build A Successful Change Management Strategy

7-Oct-2019 | Amandine Cazeaux

Part 5 of the five-part series "Designing Resilient Distribution Networks" Once you have carefully designed and tested your new processes and modelled them in the system, your next focus should be

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Striking A Balance Between Compliance And Agility

30-Sep-2019 | Amandine Cazeaux

Part 4 of the five-part series, "Designing Resilient Distribution Networks" Once strategies are defined and best practices are selected, it’s key that packaged ERP (enterprise resource planning),

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Best Practices For Resilient Distribution Networks

23-Sep-2019 | Amandine Cazeaux

Part 3 of the five-part series "Designing Resilient Distribution Networks" The two key criteria that determine your supply chain's effectiveness are time and inventory. Time determines the ability

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Striking A Balance Between Decision-Making And Execution Capabilities

16-Sep-2019 | Amandine Cazeaux

Part 2 of the five-part series "Designing Resilient Distribution Networks" In the first article in this series, we explored forecast-driven (push) and demand-driven (pull) supply chains and the bul

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Demand Considerations: Bullwhip Effect

9-Sep-2019 | Amandine Cazeaux

Part 1 of the five-part series "Designing Resilient Distribution Networks" Conventional supply chains can generally be categorized as forecast-driven (push) or demand-driven (pull). Organizations c