Profit Optimization

Are you still using customized spreadsheets for your supply chain planning? If yes, then you're not alone. Spreadsheets are still widely used in supply chain…

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All Supply Chain business leaders want their planning to align strategically, integrate different business functions and plan for profit. Many organisations use some form of…

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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…

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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…

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Blog Series: Optimization in the Real World It can be a challenge to develop a schedule which enables you to balance your prioritized customer orders…

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This article challenges you to review your organization’s level of supply chain maturity, and gives you an introduction to a new framework that will help…

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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…

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Food Processing industries such as seafood, dairy and meat, face specific challenges – where a single input not only needs to generate multiple outputs of…

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Optimity Software has been ranked in the Top 100 Most Promising Microsoft Solution Providers in the June edition of CIO Review magazine. Enterprise technology is developing…

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Getting the perfect price point to optimise overall profit is key to many businesses – especially those in the retail sector. It’s a complex science which impacts…

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The poultry industry poses particular challenges for planners – all related to “balancing the bird”. These struggles will hold relevance for anyone who needs to…

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Food Processing industries such as seafood, dairy and meat, face specific challenges – where a single input not only needs to generate multiple outputs of…

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Really, how good is your organisation's planning process? Often, because discrete areas of  a business are planning satisfactorily, it's easy to miss the effectiveness of…

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Why companies should be looking beyond MRP to Supply Chain Optimization for holistic, profit-driven planning. When first launched back in 1964, MRP was a brilliant…

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After listening to our customers in the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) and Food industries it is clear that adequate support for promotion planning is often missing.…

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Traditional planning methodologies like MRP and APS (Advanced Planning & Scheduling) usually don’t address the specific requirements for business where you produce a large range of finished goods…

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