The manufacturing industry’s ability to innovate smarter supply chains and manufacturing plants capable of capturing and leveraging large volumes of data generated
The manufacturing industry’s ability to innovate smarter supply chains and manufacturing plants capable of capturing and leveraging large volumes of data generated from all its various processes involves changing paradigms that lead to customer-centric processes where end-to-end solutions provide them with choices of all kinds when it comes to selection, availability, pricing, fulfillment and efficient returns systems.
With the decrease in product lifecycles, demand fluctuations and more granular customer segmentation, smart decision support for production planning and scheduling has never been more important, but there is a breaking point of equilibrium and issues such as labor shortages, the necessary skills gap, supply chain disruptions and changing worker roles with the rise of automation are now an inevitable result. Fortunately, there are a number of ways organizations can restructure their planning strategies to better align with consumer interests for competitive advantage.
GOLDCO, as a strategic partner, diagnoses and proposes assertive solutions to the needs of your infrastructure, our collaboration model is based on an end-to-end implementation, where we accompany the client from the solution proposal and decision making to the implementation, adaptation and results evaluation.
Our technology partner Blue Yonder has a suite of state-of-the-art tools that can be adapted to all types of operations. Their systems are constantly updated, always adapting to new industry needs. Blue Yonder is recognized as a leader in Gartner’s 4 quadrants for supply chain software.
Organizations will have to anticipate and adapt these new solutions that impact and unify the value chain from assets designed for process optimization contributing to benefits such as defining business scenarios through artificial intelligence, balancing demand with the right material, capacity and due date constraints and efficiently aligning production control, manufacturing and procurement planning activities, ultimately enabling them to outperform the competition and satisfy customers with the right operating profitability.