BUSINESS SOLUTIONS / Business ApplicationsSupply/Demand Adjustment Systems
- Supply/Demand Adjustment Process - A Key to Effective SCM
- There are cases where companies are unable to reap practical benefits after implementing a SCM solution. These unfortunate situations occur when the result deviates from the plan and the variance increases over time, and the company cannot adjust the increasing variance between plan and result. For this reason, the supply/demand adjustment process-process to visualize and share production, sales and inventory information to achieve an optimal balance of supply and demand-holds a key to effective SCM.
- Building the Needed Framework of Supply/Demand Adjustment Process
- This is not to say that any supply/demand adjustment process will do. Partly because there are no clear business rules in supply/demand adjustment, and partly because the business operations of companies are becoming increasingly complex as their offices and production bases spread across the world, there is a need for a framework for standardized, streamlined supply/demand adjustment process.
- Implementing Supply/Demand Adjustment Systems Linked to Core Systems
- We provide solutions that link to production control and sales management systems and integrate production, sales and inventory operations. In effect, these systems can efficiently support the supply/demand process by offering real-time production, sales and inventory information.
Examples of Business Applications
- MCFrame PSI
- A supply/demand adjustment system for manufacturers, designed to reduce overall inventory levels while preventing opportunity losses in order to realize the latent profit of the company. MCFrame PSI does this by linking production, sales and inventory information in real time and helping streamline and standardize the adjustment process.
- Production/Sales/Inventory Adjustment Process Solution
- A system that connects to core systems to collect production, sales and inventory (PSI) information, and navigates the user through each judgment step in the supply/demand adjustment process.