Management by Exception
Continuous exception management
Automatic alert and exception messaging
Flexible visual representations
Automatic KPI messaging
Easy slice and dice for analysis
What if scenario management
The supply chain is a great place to use analytic tools to understand what is happening at different levels of the Supply Chain and the Operations. Supply chains typically generate massive amounts of data. Building visibility, analyse data and detect performance gaps clearly help to get a better view on potential savings and efficiency gains.
Due to the important role it plays in the company’s cost structure and profitability, but also due to its function of combining all types of data, information and communication, Supply Chain is very well positioned to build a holistic view on the company and its different processes. Supply Chain analytics can not only help to understand and analyse the current situation better but has also the possibility to take a predictive view of the data and helps to anticipate future situations.