Supply Chain Visibility
Enterprise IT
envisioning the supply chain of the future
A major consumer packaged goods company had a planning department overwhelmed with ad-hoc reports, siloed systems, and poor insight as to the practicality of their exception management
COMPLEXITIES & ongoing solutions
  • The product is intended to support "the supply chain of the future" with physical aspects of the supply chain and users working in totally different ways that do not yet exist.
  • An event-driven data architecture pulling real-time data from multiple systems—demand forecasting, manufacturing, orders and inventory—allowed planners to see opportunities and patterns that had not been available to them. 
  • New solvers and views continue to be built atop the architecture in a highly iterative POC process.
“Thousands of supply chain planners spend half their time just finding the data they need to evaluate the impact of their decisions.”