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Improvement of Planning Processes

Integrating from demand to fulfilment gives companies the competitive advantage they need. Integration allows optimised decision making, and lets companies manage constraints in line with business priorities. Our solutions allow companies to collaborate with their key trading partners.

Supply chain planning consists of establishing an integrated plan for the supply chain's response to anticipated demand and actual customer orders. The primary processes within supply chain planning are demand planning, supply network planning, production planning and transportation planning. These processes, and the models used to support improved decision making within these processes, vary by industry and by company.

Variable factors include the company's supply chain operating model, the complexity of the supply chain, the characteristics of the company's supply chain, and, the extent to which the company is looking to extend the collaborative supply chain to key customers and suppliers.

Key business issues:

  • Improving visibility across the supply chain
  • Increasing the velocity of the supply chain
  • Improving the synchronization of supply to meet demand
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