Robyn Fugate

Process Manager, Supply Planning

Robyn joined the ChemPoint team nearly seven years ago and has spent the majority of the time on the Planning team as both a Supply Planner and Demand Planner, notably assisting with the launch of Logility in 2012 and development of ChemPoint S&OP. In her current role, she manages the Supply Planning team composed of six analysts, drives the S&OP process, develops and communicates progress of company-wide working capital initiatives to leadership, and prioritizes pending Logility enhancements.

Robyn received her Bachelor of Arts and Science in Communications from the University of Washington.

Kelly Kupillas

Process Analyst, Demand Planning

Kelly joined ChemPoint three years ago as her family relocated to the Pacific Northwest. She was then introduced to Logility and has worked as Supply Planner and most recently Demand Planner. With over 18 years of Supply Chain experience and 12 years focused in demand and supply planning, her extended planning software experiences has enabled ChemPoint to reach standardization and goals more quickly. In her current role, she manages the demand forecasts, helps in the S&OP process, and collaborates with marketing and sales regarding demand plans and strategies.

Kelly has her Marketing B.S. and concentration in Logistics from Clemson University.

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Streamlining our Planning Chemistry at ChemPoint

ChemPoint, established in 1999, is the leader in marketing, sales and distribution of specialty and fine chemicals in North America and EMEA. The company has exclusive product line relationships with premier manufacturers, providing tailored solutions to more than 90 supplier partners and more than 250 product lines globally. To support its diverse customer base and complex supply chain, ChemPoint turned to Logility to facilitate a SIOP process in order to reduce its inventory while maintaining a high level of customer service.

Learn how ChemPoint uses Logility Voyager Solutions™ to:

  • Streamline forecast management
  • Implement stocking strategies driven by SIOP initiative
  • Standardize purchases for suppliers