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orders. In this environment, demand could often be erratic and therefore hard to predict. Items could go from a situation of under-stock to over-stock in very short spaces of time, and businesses across the supply chain did not have timely and accurate information in order to balance the turbulence. In contrast, demand-driven supply networks are driven from the front by customer demand. Instead products being pushed to market, they are pulled to market by customers. Is the once dominant force of pushing,
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