Mattias Borén, Logistics Manager
It’s critical that your production planning anticipates and factors in all constraints – whether they are resource, facility or material availability, or customer-related aspects such as customer priority or delivery performance criteria.
Quality production planning presents enormous challenges. You need the right quantity and mix of products at the right time, balancing resource and facility utilization, with customer service levels. You need to factor in a complex range of constraints, as well as dealing variable lead times, and handling promotions. All while ensuring synchronization with overall business objectives.
With Optimity you will have a clear view of the end-to-end supply chain, and will be alerted to issues before they arise. You can solve challenges during the planning phase and easily run ‘what-if?’ simulations to gauge the feasibility of different production scenarios.
The software enables you to synchronise all your production plans and schedules with your sales & operations planning, meaning you can continuously track execution against the signed off plan to capture and act on deviations early.