Our flagship product, Clever, is a web-based inventory optimization solution designed to impove the inventory planning process and deliver business results such as: reducing inventory, improving inventory turns, and achieving targeted service levels.
- Product From Vanguard Software Corporation
Our inventory optimization software helps you maintain optimal stock levels using state-of-the art forecasting techniques. Perfect for use in wholesale and retail environments.
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- Product From MIQ Logistics
MIQ Logistics international freight forwarding services can stand-alone or be integrated with inland logistics services for a complete door-to-door solution.
- Global forwarding: air, ocean and charter services
- Product From Agentrics – A NeoGrid Company
Agentrics SCS Planning
Provides a demand planning solution with quick deployment, simple and easy to interface that delivers immediate service, cost, revenue and organisational benefits for your organisation and its trading partners
- Product From GT Nexus
GT Nexus provides the cloud-based collaboration platform that leaders in nearly every sector rely on to automate hundreds of supply chain processes on a global scale, across entire trade communities. Customers include Xerox, Liz Claiborne, Nestlé, DHL, Sears, Caterpillar, Kraft Foods and The Home Depot.
- Product From Prorizon Corporation
"We turn procurement into a Competitive Asset"
Established in 1992, Prorizon supports procurement operations, contract administration, logistics, asset control, accounting & reconciliation, and budget tracking in more than 30 countries. We use a combination of proven business process methodologies, software and human resources to dramatically increase operational throughput, provide more extensive management reporting and increase overall user satisfaction.
- Product From INSIGHT, Inc.
ShipCons II is a transportation planning tool that uses optimization to drive costs out of transportation systems. Used operationally, ShipCons II routes orders by determining what combination of modes, carriers and vehicles will give you the lowest overall transportation cost. As a tactical tool, ShipCons II helps make decisions about transportation policies such as cost\benefit of a private fleet, pool point location and building TLs with stop-offs. As transportation becomes the largest and fastest growing component of logistics costs, it also represents the area with the greatest opportunity for savings. ShipCons II helps you make planning decisions that save the most money in the shortest amount of time.
- Product From INSIGHT, Inc.
SAILS (Strategic Analysis of Integrated Logistics Systems), is the industry reference standard for supply chain strategy analysis. It is equipped with a proprietary, powerful optimization engine, an exceptionally easy to use interface, a host of built-in databases, extensive data analysis and preparation options, comprehensive reporting capabilities, and powerful scenario generation features. It is designed to comprehensively address the classic network design questions: the number, location, size, ownership and mission of raw material suppliers, manufacturing facilities, production processes, distribution centers, cross-docks, pool points, ports, and so on, and associated commodity flows. In addition, it is an ideal tool for addressing related issues such as strategic sourcing, supply chain vulnerability/hardening, capacity planning, supply chain capital investment planning, mergers and acquisitions, inventory strategy, transportation policy, green supply chains, and customer, channel and product profitability. It explicitly incorporates all relevant costs: procurement, manufacturing, transportation, warehousing, port handling, inventory, duties, and taxes, as well as all applicable capacity limits: procurement, manufacturing, throughput, storage, etc. with the objective of either minimizing costs or maximizing profits.
- Product From Dynamic Systems, Inc.
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