Quintiq’s new supply chain blog puts more brain into the chain
December 24, 2012
The recently-launched Quintiq Blog offers readers a refreshing take on supply chain challenges, and reveals them for what they are: ‘Puzzles’ with solutions that can save companies millions.
According to Quintiq’s global content marketing manager, Saskia van Nieuwenhuizen, “Supply chain management is often viewed as the step-sister of more glamorous business disciplines. What a misconception! Great planning and optimization are key to bridging the gap between high-level business goals and what actually happens on the ground. There’s nothing boring about adding significant sums to your bottom line.”
The Quintiq Blog celebrates the intellectual excitement of solving the world’s toughest supply chain and workforce challenges. Recent contributors include a former chief software architect at NASA Ames Research Center (“How to create new world optimization records”), an expert in casino games (“Are your planners scheduling employees – or playing poker?”), and Quintiq’s chief operating officer (“Who’s sabotaging your optimization results?”).
For insights, stories and practical tips from some of the keenest minds in supply chain planning and optimization, visit http://blog.quintiq.com
Quintiq’s Advanced Planning & Scheduling (APS) software enables companies to create business value by visualizing and optimizing their operational processes. Quintiq software is capable of generating the best possible planning solution to suit any business model and solve any planning puzzle, even in the most complex and dynamic of business environments.
Established in 1997 and growing rapidly, Quintiq has a global presence with dual headquarters in the Netherlands and the USA, a global development center in Malaysia, and other offices around the world.
For more information, visit www.quintiq.com or follow @Quintiq on Twitter.
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