Supply Planning

Expand Supply Planning

With River Logic

Consider product innovations, independent and dependent demand in the plan

Create capacity, distribution, inventory and procurement plans as part of the overall supply plan

Evaluate and optimize sourcing based on alternate routes for products and trade-offs vs. inventory and logistics costs

Model alternate bills of materials including substitution rules

Evaluate demand shaping alternatives based on different potential outcomes

Identify the operational and financial impact of every supply planning scenario

A Step-by-Step Guide

to Driving Business Impact with Capacity Panning

Explore the Value Add

Of Adopting River Logic

Model the value chain holistically using prescriptive analytics, thus providing feasible and optimal plans that maximize the ability to meet targets

Represent the business at the right level of detail, including unique manufacturing processes such as batch, blending, etc.

Evaluate nearly unlimited what-if analyses including sourcing, distribution, inventory, capacity, procurement on a holistic basis, and easily changing the objectives to identify the best plans and understand their robustness

Model discrete, process, flow line, and job-shop requirements, using actual capacity and throughput rates vs. volume driven approximations

Model costs at the same level of detail as the value chain, in the same way they are incurred by the business (i.e. per unit, per hour, per shift, per pound, etc.)

Automatically calculate detailed unit costs, unit profitability and marginal profitability of products and constrained resources