Margins improve with supply chain excellence. With its customer segmentation and prioritization, Unison Planning™ helps you keep your promises, and with lower working capital. In one coordinated planning, it optimizes asset utilization and material flows at the same time. It becomes easier for planners to take account of customers’ different product shelf life requirements. And aligning product launches and synchronizing the bulk-pack-pack process is simplified.
The bottom line: Unison Planning™ can reduce your costs on everything from raw and intermediate materials to energy, packaging, and logistics. Keeping customers satisfied while you keep your business profitable.
In fast-moving industries, disruption is the rule. Unison Planning™ brings you up to speed, using real-time data to empower real-world planning. Its eco-system and data integration offering means that suppliers can instantly signal any potential disruption and respond immediately. The power of the digital twin, supported by applied data science and AI, boosts visibility so that you can stay one step ahead — making smarter decisions faster.
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Businesses demand greater transparency and control across every production site. They want close collaboration with raw material suppliers and co-packagers at every point in the extended value chain.
Carefully designed to focus on one model, one integrated workflow, and one version of the truth, Unison Planning™ is the perfect supply chain solution to strengthen cross-enterprise collaboration with contractors, suppliers and customers. It handles competing shared assets, stepping up from supply chain planning to value stream planning with centralized functionalities supporting global competence centers.
Leading cosmetics company Coty redesigned its planning process and implemented OMP at the planning hub in Ashford and at three factories. Transforming planners into decision makers, the solution significantly increased Coty’s capability to efficiently manage assets.Read case study
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.
Jose van den Berg, Project and Portfolio Manager at FrieslandCampina
Harald Fischer, Global Supply Planning Application Manager at Procter & Gamble
Ghislain Ysebaert, Vice President M.I.S. at Samsonite
Akil R. Lile, Director of Planning at Coty
Syncing up the supply chain with the overall business strategy and targets is the foundation of success. OMP’s Philip Vervloesem makes the point.
Procter & Gamble has successfully added Distribution Requirements Planning and Inventory Deployment capabilities to the integrated OMP supply chain planning software solution to strengthen their end-to-end Value Stream Planning vision. This follows a global roll-out of OMP to support Site Integrated Planning processes.Read the news
An increasing number of consumer goods companies are engaging in efforts to make planning cycles much shorter. But this ambitious undertaking comes with a great many challenges, obliging companies to redefine their planning cycles as well as the systems they use.Read the blog
Agribusiness and food company Land O’Lakes is moving closer to full digital value chain planning by utilizing OMP’s operational planning solution. The system centralizes and streamlines critical planning functions, including full-truckload optimization, and introduces E2E planning powered by AI.Read the news
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Warburtons, the UK’s largest bakery business, has successfully deployed OMP for S&OP and for Operational Planning and Scheduling to significantly optimize planning processes and further assure the freshness of packaged bakery products in retail stores.Read the news