Demand Planning

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Definition

Demand Planning tools support overall supply chain functions by providing accurate and automatic forecasting of demand of physical tools. Integrating wth ERPs, Demand Planning tools may include options for finite capacity planning and may be able to forecast within specific time periods. 

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Products

At E2open, we’re creating a more connected, intelligent supply chain. It starts with sensing and responding to real-time demand, supply and delivery constraints. Bringing together data from customers, distribution channels, suppliers, contract manufa...
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Optimiza is supply chain demand planning software enabling dynamic multi-level forecasting by product, geographic and channel hierarchies. Forecast accuracy highlighting the most significant win to the business.
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By Zycus
Zycus Procure-to-Pay software is a next-generation suite featuring patented Guided Procurement System (GPS) technology that ensures consistent and accurate buying decisions. Powerful — yet, easy to use — features create a simple and intuitive shoppin...
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Traditional demand planning relies mostly on transactional data, creating latency between customer needs and supplier reactions. So understanding demand and updating supply in a fast-changing environment means incorporating new data sources. Social l...
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By Zycus
Source-to-Pay is a procurement software suite comprised of modules for both the upstream and the downstream parts of the Source-to-Pay cycle.
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VMI Replenishment produces reliable and robust daily forecasts using comprehensive, highly automated, and self-adaptive statistical modeling. It uniquely models demand for each “Ship To” Location and operates on a daily level with a real calendar und...
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