(aka: What has baseball got to do with planning?) “Moneyball”, written by best-selling author, Michael Lewis, is one of those "true" baseball stories, and a…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.
When we talk about "Supply Chain Optimization", we are referring to the powerful mathematical modelling that is used to calculate the optimal, profitable planning solution…Read More
Optimity has been selected by US-based Vita Coco® coconut water to enhance the beverage brand’s growing global footprint and to address supply chain issues. (more…)Read More
There is an art to producing food in the right range and amount, according to customer needs. It is very difficult to simulate what happens…Read More
After a comprehensive pre-study, Countdown Ltd (Woolworths’ NZ subsidiary) implemented Optimity across all categories in the meat division of its highly successful New Zealand supermarket chain. “To gain an edge…Read More
Optimity announced today that Scandi Standard, the Nordic region’s largest chicken producer, has signed a contract to implement the Optimity Supply Chain Optimizer application to…Read More
Food Processing industries such as seafood, dairy and meat, face specific challenges – where a single input not only needs to generate multiple outputs of…Read More