Business leaders agree that the successful companies of the future will be those that best master their supply chain from end to end. It will require businesses to engage in innovation, unafraid to explore untrodden paths by unleashing the potential of the latest scientific and technological developments. Wouldn’t it be great if you could be part of that? How about putting into practice the most recent advances in predictive modeling, AI, and data science? Wouldn’t you love to help build the solutions that allow you to outperform the competition in different ways?
Here’s your opportunity! OMP will be happy to be your partner in pursuing this mighty endeavor. Because innovation is at the heart of what we do, in both product design and development, and consulting and advisory services.
We have great in-house teams of supply chain planning experts, industry specialists, engineers, mathematicians, data scientists, and AI specialists. They long to learn about your toughest supply chain challenges, the kind of problems your industry has learned to live with, for lack of solutions that are both smart enough and workable. Sounds familiar? No doubt you have a few of these challenges in mind. We can address them together, making the most of the wide array of available technologies, methods, and innovative planning concepts.
Unrealistic? That’s how daring ideas are sometimes dismissed. Until people like you and us turn them into breakthrough solutions. Let’s do it.
They’re not only fond of technology, they’re also passionate about developing the groundbreaking solutions that customers need. Meet our solution architects, designers and developers.
It’s very rewarding to take a mathematical perspective when analyzing a business problem. OMP’s Ioana Simon explains how it works.
We're integrating generative AI (Gen AI) technologies into Unison Planning to bring digital supply chain planning to the next level of interactivity and intelligence. Practical use cases are being set up, explored, and evaluated with key customers, including prestigious Fortune 500 businesses.Learn more
OMP is focusing on enhancing its current end-to-end planning capabilities with CO2 emissions and other sustainability parameters. The goal is to improve capacity management, reduce inventory, and balance machine loads while producing less waste and reducing energy consumption.Read the full news article
What does the planning system of the future look like for manufacturing companies? And who is the planner of the future? We collaborated with Vlerick Business School on a series of interviews with decision-makers in multinational companies. Read the insights from these interviews in the report.Read the report
OMP’s product vision consists of 3 pillars: robotized planning platforms, smart collaboration, and industry-specific solutions. Pieter Van Nyen breaks it down for you.
Which three supply chain trends will add the most value to your business? In our latest webinar, we discussed the impact of a telescopic digital twin for supply chain, Sales & Operations Execution (S&OE) and resilient planning.
Is it realistic to fully robotize supply chain planning? How do you benefit from AI in managing your global value streams? How will this impact the roles of team members? Philip Vervloesem answers these questions and more for Supply Chain Management Review Magazine.Read more
We’re partnering up with Vlerick Business School to investigate the impact of digital transformation on people in the supply chain. How can man and machine work together? What about trust? These are the questions we explore in the the Center for People in the Smart and Digitized Supply Chain.Read more
Everyone’s talking about Supply Chain 4.0. But what is it about? OMP’s Philip Vervloesem talks about connectivity, silo thinking and supply chain maturity.
Floor covering customer Unilin invited us to their Innovation Day to give a presentation on 'The Planning of The Future'. Key ideas of our talk? Demand sensing, predictive analysis, and touchless planning.
Supply chain digitization will drastically change the way companies are managed. Companies will have to rethink their entire business strategy and implement the right tools to support that strategy. Those who fail to adapt might lose an important part of their business. OMP’s Jan Geuens discusses the digital strategy of modern supply chains.
Our councils are all about sharing experiences, expertise and insights. In our latest innovation council, innovation leaders from Johnson & Johnson, pladis, Shell and voestalpine shared ideas on shaping the future of smart planning in times of digital transformation. Want to join our next council?Get in touch
The Demand Driven Institute has evaluated our solution and confirmed DDMRP compliance. To support our customers, we continue to invest in DDMRP training and the hiring of certified supply chain professionals. We are also sponsoring a research project related to DDMRP at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Read the news
An MIT paper explores the potential of DDMRP to significantly improve service and reduce inventory levels in planning at finite capacity under uncertainty. Co-author Léo Ducrot presented the insights at Demand Driven World 2019 in Amsterdam.Download report
Arie Moruanx, Global Planning Excellence Leader – Medical Devices at Johnson & Johnson
Wouter Verbeke, Associate Professor of Business Informatics and Data Analytics at the Free University of Brussels
Harald Fischer, Global Supply Planning Application Manager at Procter & Gamble
Ann Vereecke, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at Vlerick Business School
Grégoire Castagna, Supply Chain and Business Reporting Engineer at Eramet