How greater complexity means greater potential

Creating efficient work orders while managing inventory and customer service levels is a major challenge. You have to make daily decisions on the size and timing of your production runs for different products. You need to consider factors such as stock coverage, resource utilization, campaign efficiency and delivery performance. On top of that, you have to cope with unreliable lead times.

Equipping yourself to succeed

Imagine how much easier everything would be if you could see your entire supply chain, end to end. Around the world. At every production plant. Imagine if you could build scenarios and assess their impact on your MPS in advance.

With the right systems in place, you could increase your level of control over production, allowing you to focus on achieving optimal plans. And you’ll be able to improve the reliability of your lead times, inventory levels and customer service.

The Quintiq platform boasts an optimizer that holds over 100 optimization world records and a stellar track record in helping organizations meet their business goals. Our customers typically see a return on investment in as little as 6 to 12 months of going live, and an overall improvement in operational performance by up to 20%.

Now imagine what you could achieve if you applied that capability to critical areas of your business, such as:



    • Capacity planning
      Take into account the most recent developments like feedback from the shop floor or planning, updated external demand or unexpected downtimes
    • Scenario planning
      Make swift comparisons of different possibilities and select the option that most favourably impacts your KPIs
    • Efficient order combination
      Assign, combine and optimize orders based on demand, current stock level and available capacity
    • Material reservation
      Create a complete supply chain from customer demand up to raw material production or purchasing input materials
    • Campaign planning
      Group specific operations that need to be planned together or near each other based on capacities and due dates
    • Flow optimization
      No matter where they occur or move to, always ensure that bottleneck resources are optimally loaded