Replenishment Planning: Respond more quickly to the market by gaining multi-level insights into demand—and your inventory. You can guarantee a rapid replenishment cycle by automating continuous replenishment strategies such as vendor managed inventory, efficient consumer response, and collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment.

Supply Planning: Use “digital twin” capabilities to map your supply network and automate your capacity and fulfillment decisions.When your supply chain matches your most profitable options with the lowest-cost ways to satisfy requirements, you can accelerate your progress towards profitability goals.

Load Building: Optimize freight and sales by building containers and trucks. By evaluating multiple scenarios, you can quickly find the best trade-offs between manufacturing efficiencies, inventory investments, and ecological impact.

Procurement Optimization: Take advantage of vendor price breaks to balance your supply order, freight, and inventory carrying costs.

Production Scheduling: Increase your throughput by combining the power of multi-plant planning with the detail of single-plant scheduling. Prevent downtime by building schedules that automatically take into account all your constraints around materials, machines, labor, and tooling. Respond to change by easily moving orders and automatically rescheduling jobs. Maximize output with Just in Time (JIT) and Theory of Constraints (ToC) bottleneck scheduling.

Advanced Planning and Scheduling: Take the pain out of handling multi-step work orders and complex constraints in your batch processing or discrete manufacturing operation. Generate achievable plans by creating optimized production schedules incorporating a range of constraints, including inventory availability, resources, skills, jigs or tools, and alternative machines.