Revealing the hidden value in between the silos of the supply chain.
In order to remain competitive, customers should take one step further in integrating processes which are traditionally decoupled, such as production and distribution planning, or forecasting and production planning.
This holistic view over operations enables an understanding of the trade-offs between departments that leverages company’s gains and reveals the hidden value in between the silos of the supply chain.
“Partnerships for planning integrated processes.”
LTPlabs has performed several projects within this scope that resulted in continuous service partnerships for planning integrated processes (such as production planning as a service).
We take a three-step approach to make process integration a reality to its clients. The main goal is to set up the necessary tools (both technical and organizational) to achieve the best results achieved by an integration of tightly related processes.
- Mapping of the relations between processes and analysis of their KPIs, Business constraints and Managerial Goals. This step involves deep contact with the stake-holders and extensive data analysis.
- Development of the integrated analytical core to help linking both process in a seamless and effective way.
- Translation of the work developed into business results. To this end we often rely on tailor-made user-friendly interfaces based on the cloud.