Guiding your company on its digital transformation journey is a huge responsibility. In the process, technology leaders apply selection criteria often overlooked by business leaders, supply chain planners, and innovation and financial leaders. For a supply chain planning tool to make it through the selection process, it needs to offer solid guarantees on risk control, value, efficiency, and performance. That’s precisely why so many leading paper, film and packaging manufacturers have embraced OMP’s industry solutions — and have remained loyal ever since.
Packaging company Peterson struggled with a high make-to-stock rate and excessive amounts of rush orders. The company adopted a more proactive demand-driven planning approach, leading to major profitability improvements.Read case study
OMP has for the seventh successive year been recognized as a Leader in Supply Chain by Gartner. This year, OMP was placed highest on ‘Ability to Execute’ in the 2022 Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning Solutions report.Read the news
Solutions must be scalable, maintainable, robust, secure and future-proof. Meet Huib de Beijer from our cloud and installation team.
Avery Dennison Smartrac has successfully implemented OMP’s Unison Planning™ Solution to streamline its forecasting, demand management, and sales and operations planning across the company’s global supply chain and manufacturing network.Read the news
What is smart planning? How does it relate to the human subconscious mind? Why is it important, and how can you implement it in your supply chain? Bart Verbruggen inspires and teaches smart planning at the FEFCO Technical Seminar.
Gissler & Pass, a German corrugated packaging and displays producer, has successfully implemented OMP for Packaging to improve its supply chain planning.Read the news
The webinar discusses how companies now collaborate to a greater extent to make their supply chains more agile and resilient.Watch the webinar
Current market dynamics make it even harder to run paperboard packaging businesses. Demand is becoming more volatile, less predictable, more diverse and more customer-specific than ever before. E-commerce and home delivery are changing the landscape and the pandemic makes it all even more difficult to predict.Read the blog
Michael Stadler, Head of Supply Chain Management at Mondi
Roland Zerhusen, Managing Director at Zerhusen Kartonagen
Terje Surdal, Supply Chain Manager at Peterson Packaging
Fang Congyi, General Manager at Zhejiang Dashengda