Supply chain leaders have a lot to worry about. They’re in charge of the entire planning process, and they know that each individual decision can have a huge impact on inventory levels, customer satisfaction, operational and financial costs, and ultimately company profitability. In fact, they’re at the center of conflicting aspirations within the organization. They have to juggle operational cost constraints, working capital management, and the needs of customer service. Time pressure is always heavy and reliable data are hard to find. So how can you make well-informed decisions?
Planners always seem to be chasing the facts and getting involved in a lot of firefighting. Leaders know well enough the importance of keeping their planners upbeat and motivated under pressure from the entire organization. So wouldn’t it be great if they could help planners find solutions rather than add to their troubles?
That’s where OMP comes in. We give you complete visibility over your entire supply chain, on the short term as well as the long term.
We give you dashboards and KPIs so you can understand exactly what’s happening and take control. We give you the tools to identify bottlenecks and lead-time issues, or stock levels that are too high or too low, and more. Your planners can quickly find a solution to any issues that could arise thanks to the wide range of smart solvers and analytics specifically tailored to your industry. Planners across the supply chain can now work in unison, seamlessly accommodating each other’s constraints and concerns, and finally breaking free from firefighting mode.
Syncing up the supply chain with the overall business strategy and targets is the foundation of success. OMP’s Philip Vervloesem makes the point.
Unison Planning™ unites all your supply chain players into one continuum. OMP’s Jan Snoeckx explains why it’s the next level of supply chain planning.
Going the extra mile is essential. Lora Cecere, founder of Supply Chain Insights, and our CEO Anita Van Looveren talk about how OMP maximizes customer value.
Andrew Byer and Bob Herzog explain how P&G focused on people, processes and touchless planning to enable supply chain mastery with OMP. Rewatch our joint session at the virtual Gartner Supply Chain Symposium/Xpo 2021.
What drives satisfaction with supply chain planning software? And what are the key requirements for solution providers? Discover the revealing results from an independent survey by Supply Chain Insights.Download results
As a leading multinational player, Johnson & Johnson’s biggest challenges were gaining visibility over their network, aligning short to long-term planning horizons, and matching capacity with customer demand. OMP’s Philip Vervloesem, Kurt Gillis and Peter Dobell explain how OMP solved these challenges.
Shaw Industries was seeking a single solution that could enable end-to-end planning across its various businesses. Rick Poe, Shaw’s Director of Supply Chain Business Services, is joined by executives from OMP to tell how the initiative was launched, and which results were obtained.
On our journey of continuous improvement, we host industry, technical and innovation councils, where business leaders connect with peers from a variety of industries. We share the newest trends and developments and listen to your opinion about what the future holds for you. Together we build a joint road map to shape our future offering. Eager to join our OMP Community?Learn more
Our latest 3-day customer conference focused on value-driven planning in dynamic supply chains. People connecting, exchanging ideas, and having fun.
Janssen Pharmaceutica of Johnson & Johnson won the Best Achievement Award for Continuous Supply Chain Optimization for their global ‘Olympus’ project, handed out by PICS and VIB.Read the news
Traditional project management is vital to ensure that your project stays on schedule and on budget. But once the initial energy burns off, you might lose sight of the tangible value you were originally aiming for. OMP’s David Joiner explains how a value management program can keep a project on track.
Jack Eggels, General Manager Chemicals Operations at Shell
Saskia de Theije, Global S&OP Manager at DSM Dyneema
Rick Poe, Director of Supply Chain Business Services at Shaw Industries
Øystein Gulliksen, European Demand Planning Manager at Sibelco
Rainer Fretzen, Head of Performance Intermediates at Evonik
Arie Moruanx, Global Planning Excellence Leader – Medical Devices at Johnson & Johnson
Stef Vermeiren, Vice President Global Planning – Janssen Pharmaceutica at Johnson & Johnson
Marcell Sehner, Senior Vice-President of Digital Transformation and Services at VDM Metals
Thomas Gissler-Weber, CEO of Gissler & Pass