Supply chain analytics is the second product in our company’s arsenal. Here at our company we use various supply chain softwares to provide insights helping make better decisions that add surplus to the company.

We provide dashboards to our clients that lets them monitor many metrics at once. They can quickly check the health of the accounts or see correlations between different reports. Dashboards are easy to create, customize, share, interact with and they help in finding out the KPI’s, for better decisions.

The analytics provided will be fruitful for the customer in understanding risks, it helps in providing a better image of the future, so that planning can happen accurately, and can lead to the achievement of a lean supply chain and a greater Return on Investment.

Supply Chain ANALYTICS Continuum

Historic

Future

Historical Reporting

Historical Analysis

Real-time monitoring

Predictive (future)

Prescriptiv -e (future)

Less BI Value

More BI Value

Reporting

Data is presented in static reports often raising more questions than answers. As a result, IT is flooded with requests for a new reports.

Analysis

Using dashboards and other interactive tools users can ask and answer their own questions regarding historical data series and learn from past performance.

Monitoring

Monitoring Real-time data shown as actionable metrics and KPIS empowers people make better business decisions that positively impact corporate top and bottom-line numbers.

Predictive

Intelligence is leveraged to optimize the future performance of the organization such as inventory levels

Prescriptive

Prescriptive Analytics not only anticipates what will happen but also suggests decision options on how to take advantage of a future opportunity or mitigate.