The "Moneyball' approach has had a massive impact on professional sports, and its principles are game-changing for business as well. In particular, it will have…Read More
Food and beverage processors and manufacturers face a unique and complex set of challenges – food expiration, seasonality, service requirements, product mix, best use of single input, to name just a few – all in a fast moving and unpredictable market where retailers are applying ever-increasing pressure.
With its ability to handle the most challenging food and beverage planning problems Optimity will deliver true market differentiation and drive future success.
Patrik Färdow - COO of Orka Foods Group talks about the challenges faced by consumer goods manufacturers, and why speed and agility are so critical…Read More
Many meat processing companies continue to rely on spreadsheets to account for basic constraints on supply and demand. This approach does not take into account…Read More
Boulder, CO, February 4, 2019 Optimity Inc., a leading provider of supply chain optimization and planning solutions, has been selected by iconic chicken and beef…Read More
Gartner has recognized Optimity as a notable vendor in a recent Magic Quadrant report focused on Supply Chain Planning for midmarket enterprises*. The report refers…Read More
Optimity Supply Chain Optimzer has been selected by Norwegian chicken producer Norsk Kylling to optimize planning for its expanding business, after historically relying on excel-based…Read More
When Orkla, a Nordic food leader, chose Optimity to transform its planning and scheduling, the customer service improvements were dramatic, and the project was easier…Read More
Supply chain planning is always complex, but the dairy industry poses a unique set of challenges – single input producing a diverse range of outputs,…Read More