Supply Chain Leader
Drive decisions that balance financial, service, agility, and sustainability tradeoffs.
GAINS gives supply chain executives comprehensive insights into inventory, demand forecasting, logistics, transportation, and production planning performance. With a complete view of supply chain operations and performance, supply chain leaders can make more actionable decisions and achieve significant improvements in cost efficiency, service levels, and efficiency.
Discover the difference GAINS makes for supply chain leaders.
GAINS empowers companies to reduce inventory and free up working capital by providing visibility into demand patterns, production schedules, and supplier performance. In a market environment with rising interest rates and inflation, optimized inventory management practices powered by GAINS are vital for inventory-intensive businesses seeking to lower storage costs, improve access to working capital, and increase service levels.
By accurately forecasting demand, having visibility into supply, and aligning inventory levels accordingly, GAINS gives its customers the intel needed to ensure sufficient stock availability to meet volatile customer demand. GAINS reduces the risk of stockouts, improves customer satisfaction, strengthens relationships with trading partners, and safeguards your brand’s reputation in the market.
Keep Operations Running
GAINS gives your supply chain team the ability to assess demand patterns, inventory levels, and production capacity. With optimized planning, you’ll reduce downtime, improve resource utilization, and increase operational efficiency, ultimately leading to cost savings, shorter lead times, and increased customer responsiveness.
Minimize Factory Setups
Boost Service Levels
Set targeted service levels and prioritize customer orders to align with company goals. GAINS provides the advanced analytics your team needs to ensure timely product availability, streamline order fulfillment, and drive service levels that customers will tell their peers about.
Increase Service Levels
Continuously monitor supply chain performance and drill into details to measure and make value-added overrides of the planning team when necessary.
Optimized demand planning and forecasting
Multi-echelon planning optimization driven by total (independent and dependent) demand, demand sensing and signaling, outlier detection, and more.
Make-to-stock / Make-to-order optimization
Prioritize transfers to ensure urgent demand is prioritized over less important demand.
Production policies, schedules, and set-ups are profit-optimally synchronized to customer orders
Have confidence in the KPIs you use to evaluate and communicate supply chain performance to your executive team and other leaders. Realize the impact of business decisions on the supply chain and stay informed of any impacts experienced by your business or customer community.