After a major acquisition, a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company needed to integrate a complex global supply chain to realize the manufacturing and distribution synergies that were a basis of the acquisition. The acquisition resulted in disparate Supply Chain applications being used throughout the organization, little global visibility, inconsistent planning processes, and an inconsistent organization structure across 50 global markets, 90+ plants, and 60+ distribution centers.

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