The Vision of Demand Management Systems

The vision of Demand Management Systems is to develop partnerships between client organisations and our team of motivated professionals. To this end we will provide consultation, support and education to improve our clients' demand and supply chain management processes and assist them in achieving their corporate goals.

We will ensure that prospects and clients alike appreciate that our software systems and consulting services are an integrated mechanism that offers an opportunity to achieve improved customer service… reduced inventory… an effective return on investment… and hence a higher level of market competitiveness.

In every aspect of our business, as professionals we will provide our customers with exceptional service through:

  • Help Desk Support to resolve problems effectively.
  • Seminar Programs and Newsletters to inform clients.
  • Pro-active consultation to achieve Corporate goals.
  • Comprehensive Project Management
  • Enhanced Functionality through regular product upgrades

Demand Management Systems will endeavour to create an environment for resourceful people to work and achieve their own self-fulfilment, whilst establishing a thorough knowledge of the integration of Supply Chain Concepts and Demand Solutions suite of software.  To achieve this, we will build a team of loyal employees who display initiative, enthusiasm and most of all, people who can operate in an environment where their creative energies and opinions are encouraged.


Impact Influence & Inspire 2018
Jackie McArthur, Telstra’s Business Woman of the Year
Jackie will be sharing her story, experiences and thoughts on the importance of diversity and inclusion at all levels of organisations and how leading companies can no longer regard this as a luxury. “Companies who get this right unlock greater profits, and it all comes down to strong leadership.”

“Originally a graduate in Aeronautical engineering who spent time working on Boeing and Airbus projects, Jackie McArthur now has more than 20 years’ experience in supply chain and logistics roles globally. Her most recent executive role was that of Managing Director ANZ for the Martin-Brower Company, a global logistics solutions provider for quick service restaurants who locally service 1200 McDonald’s restaurants. Prior to that, Jackie had a long career with McDonalds both living and working in Australia and in Asia. She was the McDonalds Vice President of Supply Chain for Asia, Pacific, Middle East and Africa having also had roles such as Senior Vice President Chief Restaurant Support Officer and Vice President Supply Chain Director. In 2016 Jackie was named NSW Telstra Business Woman of the Year as well as the National Telstra Business women’s Private and Corporate Award winner.

These days, the ex-rocket scientist is a Non-executive Director on the Ingham's Board (Australia’s largest and completely vertically integrated chicken processor), as well as being on the Rabobank Food & Agri Wholesale Advisory Board.

Join us at this exclusive executive lunch, and help us help you to impact, influence and inspire to unlock the potential within your organisation.
As there are limited numbers for this event please confirm your acceptance as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

El Phoenician Restaurant
Executive Room
328 Church St Parramatta

Tuesday, 20 March 2018
12:00pm—3.00pm est
Register Here: 

02 9659 4555

Supply Chain Breakfasts

Have you considered the challenges your organisation needs to address for a successful 2016 ?


We’ve put together an Executive Panel with the collective experiences of a few lifetimes to discuss this and more ...

  •       - Andrew Dawson, National Inventory Manager, Bunzl
          - David Bleasedale, CFO, Kyocera
          - David Irvine, Managing Director, Siecap
          - John Ballantyne, Senior Consultant in IBP \ S&OP

What are the major challenges facing organisations for 2016?  What are their key priorities and strategies focused towards addressing these?

With over 40 organisations already registered to attend this is not only your invitation to our Complimentary Executive Breakfast Forum, but more so, an opportunity for you to network, share and learn from experienced and successful Senior Executives.

BONUS ATTENDANCE GIFT … Every attendee will receive a complimentary download of the worlds’ leading Self Service Data Analytics & Data Visualisation Solution … QLIKSense

Our breakfast events will be hosted in both Melbourne & Sydney, to confirm your attendance you can simply reply to with your details, or contact our office on +612 9659 4555

I look forward to seeing you for breakfast.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to give us a call on 02 9659 4555.

We look forward to your attendance!


When:    TBA

Time:     7.30am registrations, event 7.45am – 10.0am, complimentary hot breakfast is provided

Where:   Waterview in Bicentennial Park
              Bicentennial Drive (entry off Australia Ave)
              Sydney Olympic Park

Parking: Free on-site parking


When:    TBA

Time:     7.30am registrations, event 7.45am – 10.0am, complimentary hot breakfast is provided

Where:   Fenix Events
              680 Victoria Street

Parking:  Free onsite parking after ticket validation.  See link:

Cost of Registration:   No Charge

How to Register:

Register below by filling out the attendee form or send your company name, the name and position of each person you wish to attend via either of the following:

• Email:
• Fax:     02 9659 6381


Demand Solutions National 2015 Conference


Demand Solutions 2015 Client Conference

Gold Coast, QLD – 21 & 22 May 2015


“We learned a lot more about Demand Solutions and the passion behind the driver’s seat. That’s a great big learning step for us – and aspiration as well.”
– Fausty David Pathiala, Global Demand Manager – FCI Singapore


The 2015 Client Conference was launched with a Trivial Pursuit session led by Wayne Shapiro from Trivia Madness. Competition was strong between the 10 teams of delegates. The ‘Dudes’ team won the Trivia segment.

The second half of the team competition was organised to compare the best & most resourceful “selfie” photos taken by any team during the 2 days. Different QT Hotel locations and personnel in the “selfie” contributed more points. The overall winners were the “Frubes” by a small margin of 2 points from the “Dudes”.

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‘Find the Rhythm to Success’ – was the theme of our Guest Presenter Ian Stephens

Ian, who is a National Speedball Champion, spoke with a passion of the need to focus, on discipline, motivation and achieving greater personal outcomes. He was witty and dynamic, as he shared insights into the importance of commitment to both process and preparation for business success.
Ian provided our conference delegates with valuable practical suggestions for improving negotiation to help the delegates understand how to influence people without being their direct authority manager as well as discussing options and ideas for managing stress.

Several adventurous delegates practiced their speedball skills ahead of the master class demonstration of championship speed and style from Ian himself.


DS Analytics (powered by QLIK) a data visualisation tool was launched at the Conference with guest Kaitlyn Wright from the QLIK organisation

We are excited to be introduced to the world of data visualisation … from reporting, to dashboards, analysis and application creation.

Whether it’s on your pc, laptop or mobile device business today demands “real-time”, “at-your-fingertips” business analytics … timely, effective decision-making relies on this.


“Hi Yuri, you and your team organised a great couple of days. It was great to talk to other DS users and partake in the DS applications introduction / training.” 
– Peter Hyde,  Inventory Planner – Philmac


The Panel Discussion proved to be interesting and instructive for the delegates with important contributions from the audience of delegates.  The key issues discussed during the session:-

  • Customer or key account Forecasting V’s Non Customer Forecasting?
  • Value of a Bottom Up detailed and granular demand plan compared with high level naïve Top Down forecast / demand plan.
  • Collaboration: – Who should be involved in Forecasting process? – How do Marketing & Sales interface in the forecasting process?
  • A recent Oliver Wight survey of Australian managers highlights a poor standard of SOP implementation: – The panel & delegates contributed to an instructive discussion that pointed to the key role of senior management in making a robust SOP happen.

The theme across the variety of hands on workshops was to focus on directing clients to “Finding the Rhythm” in their historical data and using the variety of exception management ‘tools’ in Demand Solutions to effectively improve the resulting Forecasting outcomes.

This year’s conference also included a special breakout session concentrating attention on DSX.



The conference “allowed me to understand DS better…. I have had a lot more interaction with others to try and understand how they use the system … it gives you a different insight on the usage of DS and ideas on how to improve.” 
– Karla Armas-Pages, Inventory Manager – Modern Star


Ihr Vertreter vor Ort

Ihr Vertreter vor Ort Yuri Verjoustinsky

Block B, Level 1, Suite 8 
The Parkview Centre 
1 Maitland Place 
Norwest Business Park 
Baulkham Hills NSW 2153
+61 2 9659 4555
+61 2 9659 6381


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