Omni-channel fulfillment requires sophisticated sourcing logic. Traditional order sourcing occurs among a handful of centralized fulfillment centers and uses simple, rules-based logic. But with store fulfillment, hundreds of locations and objectives must be considered. Applying simple logic to a complex network is inefficient, unwieldy, and expensive.
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The most valuable capability was the simplicity in which SO99+ addresses complexity.
Luis Abadia, Supply Chain Manager McDonald’s Mesoamérica
Now we can focus on more added-value work because the data crunching doesn’t consume any time on our end.
Ilaria Maruccia, EMEA WG&PGA SIOP Manager Polaris
We were very successful because SO00+ is very logical and straightforward for all our planners to understand and use.
Thomas Schumann, GM Business Development and Sales Direct Markets Mitsubishi Electric
We needed a demand forecasting tool that would increase service levels and reduce working capital
Stefano Giani, Operations Director Moleskine
A “fast” supply chain for a giant in fast food
Polaris's powersports supply chain is full speed ahead with automated planning
Getting inventory levels back under control, but not at the expense of service levels
Moleskine Turns the Page and Optimizes Its Supply Chain