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Can Demand Planning Unlock New Profit Potential for Distributors?

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The Complexities of Tank Scheduling

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Courtaulds improves delivery with Infor Supply Chain Execution

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AB World Foods optimizes inventory planning with Infor Supply Chain Management

AB World Foods has a highly complex supply chain, a typical situation in the food industry. That complexity arises from the nature of the company’s globally sourced and distributed products, as well as by the demands of growth and acquisition.

Infor Supply Chain Execution 10.2 Product Brief

Reduced expenses, improved productivity, and increased revenue are the most recognized business results experienced by Infor Supply Chain Execution customers. With over 600 customers and more than 1,500 implementations, Infor presents the worldwide community with an unmatched portfolio of solutions deployed in a diverse collection of customer accounts, while maintaining unparalleled financial strength. Infor’s ability to implement and support Supply Chain Execution solutions with customers, and positively impact their business in over 35 countries around the world, sets the benchmark for the industry.

Infor Demand Planning Brochure

A prediction is different than a forecast. A prediction foretells a future event. A forecast presents the probability that an event will occur during a specific timeframe. One is a statistic, the other a probability. For demand planning, probabilistic forecasting delivers more value—it supports better decision making about critical issues such as safety stock levels, production plans, and replenishment strategies. To make plans that help your business thrive, you need demand planning systems built to automatically recognize and manage the issues that matter, so that you can easily make realistic preparations for the most likely situations.

Infor Sales & Operations Planning

You’re confident you’ve established the right strategic goals for your company. You’re also confident you and your team have the analytical abilities and business instincts to deliver on that strategy. But are you as confident about getting the information you need to make decisions that ensure your profitability in the next quarter, the next year, and over the long-term?

Infor Supply Chain Execution

It’s no longer enough to optimize the performance of each segment of your supply chain. To reach top
performance, you need to view and operate your entire supply chain as a unified whole that encompasses participants both inside and outside the company, including customers, contractors, and suppliers. Studies show that companies with the most fully integrated supply chain technology invariably rank among the top industry performers in every respect. End-to-end supply chain visibility combined with an efficient execution system can help you make better decisions and execute those decisions more quickly and profitably.

Organon determines optimum way to fulfill demand with Infor SCM

Organon produces prescription medicines from raw material (or “active material”). The company’s core business is
developing the products and addressing specific local market needs. However, each country has its own constraints. For example, French regulatory affairs require that the information included on and in the package is written in French, while in other countries like Sweden, Norway, or Denmark, other languages are required. Another geographical difference is branding. It’s possible that the same drug has a different name per country because of cultural influences or simply because the name has a different meaning in the native language.

Saab Automobile Parts maximizes fulfillment with demand, supplier systems

Following its acquisition by Spyker cars in 2010, Saab faced two options regarding its demand planning and supplier relationship management systems. It could continue to use those of its previous owner on a paid-for basis, or become completely independent from those systems. The cost of “renting” General Motors’ systems simply wasn’t sustainable, so the parts company decided to implement its own.