Planning and scheduling is one of the most important parts any supply chain. Get this wrong, and you’re going to lose a lot of money. Supply chain analytics provides better insights into inventory levels across different locations.
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Supply chain analytics helps you determine what stock you need in your supply chain. You can predict what’s likely to happen, so you can determine what items to buy, what items to discard, and what items you’ll need more of.
With supply chain analytics, you can examine past trends to predict what stock – and in what amount – your customers will require in the future. For each customer, you can see what items are selling well and what items didn’t sell well.
Supply chain analytics lets you optimize both the items you’re ordering and the overall ordering process. You can increase the number of on-time orders, decrease the cost of acquiring items.
You can see your orders and supply chain in real time and be alerted as soon as an issue arises. You don’t have to worry about where orders are, what’s happening with them, or whether you need to make changes.
With supply chain analytics, you can plan, forecast, and fully optimize your inventory so you don’t waste space or waste money with stock that may or may not be working the way it should.
With supply chain analytics, you can keep a close eye on inventory levels, noting where more stock will be needed and on what schedule. To discover who has the stock that you need and how you can avoid over stocking.
Supply chain analytics gives you much greater visibility into your trading partners activities and performance. You can see quickly which ones are delivering the most profitable business for you.
Monitor your ability to deliver goods with the highest quality and monitor the efficiency of your shipment processes: On-time deliveries, Delivery duration, On-going deliveries. Get a transverse view on your top shipment KPIs, split by the dimension of your choice. Visualize how your shipment KPIs are evolving (Year, Month), visualize the quality of service you offer to your shipping recipients, visualize the performance of your shipment KPIs at city level.
In your shipment dashboard, you will be able to analyze the following KPIs
The Supplier Quality Analysis report focus on one of the typical supply chain challenges. One of the important metrics that play in this analysis is total number of defects. The main objective of this report is to understand who the best and worst suppliers are, with respect to quality.
In your Supplier dashboard, you will be able to analyze the following KPIs:
The Production Scraps report analyze your production scraps – top offenders, top scrap reason, scrap rate, cost-based and quantity-based. Visualize the evolution of your scrap rate, scrap quantity and produced quantity. They give manufacturers valuable business insights to meet their organizational goals.
In your Manufacturer dashboard, you will be able to analyze the following KPIs:
Identify savings opportunities by finding supplier rationalization opportunities. Gain full spend visibility by analyzing expense across silos. Visualize how your performance is evolving (Year, Month), purchasing performance by items. Optimize your purchase strategy by quickly figuring out the number of distinct partners you have for the items you purchase.
In your Distributor dashboard, you will be able to analyze the following KPIs:
Inventory visibility enables an organization to combine inventory data with other elements to evaluate supply chain performance. With multiple partners frequently delivering to each warehouse, the company requires complete visibility across multiple inventory locations. Increase sales revenues by acting on most profitable products.