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Sales and operations planning

What is the purpose of sales and operations planning? How does the stop process enter into the planning process? What value is it to organizations?

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What is the purpose of sales and operations planning? How does the stop process enter into the planning process? What value is it to organizations?
The purpose of sales and operations planning is to set up a clear objectives, set up a timeline, assign resources, concentrate on important points and have contingency programs for problems and opportunities.
In case of sales, planning helps set targets and objectives for sales. The planning also helps assign people and budget to different sales efforts. Deadlines are set for sales in different territories. Planning also helps the sales department to develop its territories.
In case of operations, planning helps set up the production process, identify the products and specifications that will be produced. Planning helps assign responsibility for production, maintenance, and inventory. The planning of ...

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