Buffer against uncertainty in the supply chain
Optimise your inventory investment to buffer more risk at lower cost. With sophisticated, coordinated inventory planning, you can account for business uncertainty, escalating customer expectations, demand and supply volatility, and other factors that contribute to increasing supply chain complexity and risk to better prepare for disruption in an unpredictable world.
Balance inventory investment and service levels
Achieve higher levels of customer service without tying up too much working capital in inventory investment. Inventory optimisation can help you strike the right balance between inventory and customer service levels, so you can take advantage of sophisticated scenario planning to target your needs with a segmented approach that still meets customer expectations.
Optimise inventory across a multistage network
Enable coordinated planning across your organisation and supply chain to eliminate over-buffering, help ensure service objectives are met, and optimise inventory investment levels. Multistage optimisation lets you calculate your inventory targets, while taking interdependencies within the network into account, and go down your bill of materials to calculate inventory levels for finished goods, components, raw materials, and semifinished products.
Analyse inventory drivers
Gain greater insight by using built-in analytics to visualise your product network and geographic distribution of inventory. Go a step further and uncover the key inputs and outputs responsible for those calculations. With greater visibility, you can evaluate the drivers causing stock levels and take targeted inventory reduction measures.