Optimization and digitization of supply chains

Optimization and digitization of supply chains.

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Optimization and digitization of supply chains.

What does it solve?

The distribution sector requires very high service levels, close to 100%, with restrictions such as stock investment limits, storage capacity, production or service lead times. Logistics and transportation service providers need to correctly dimension the necessary resources, both human and material, for the efficient provision of the service.

Advantages and benefits

Anticipation and planning in this environment is key for fleet sizing as well as for the optimal calculation of dynamic transport routes.

Kajal® is an ITA platform that optimizes logistics, production and transportation processes in an integrated manner, using the necessary modules for each case to address the specific problems of each company. It allows to handle different demand profiles, manage stocks in a multichannel environment and configure and optimize different replenishment and production target functions adapted to the needs of each customer.

Standard integration with leading commercial ERPs and the ability to integrate with ad-hoc solutions enable rapid deployment of Kajal, reducing implementation and deployment time and increasing ROI.

Business objectives

  • Increase business performance (Service Level, Inventory, Productivity).
  • Converge operations and planning.
  • Align operational and financial vision.
  • Maximize customer satisfaction through anticipation and planning.

Functional objectives

  • Sense and Transfer the demand signal in the network.
  • Service Level Measurement by Customer.
  • Work on the basis of reliable and measurable KPIs.
  • Decision support in the S&OP cycle

Technical objectives

  • Visibility (End-To-End) of the Supply Chain.
  • Exploitation of internal and external information (data to knowledge).
  • Automatic processing of planning.
  • Bidirectional integration of expert planning solutions with transactional systems.

Organizational objectives

  • Multi-departmental involvement in planning.
  • Elimination of internal “silos”.
  • Single planning, shared by the entire organization.
  • Specialization of roles and profiles within the organization (demand planner, production planner, …)

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