Gartner Report G00434210

Gartner Report "Mastering Uncertainty: The Rise of Resilient Supply Chain Planning, 2019"

Published: 15 November 2019, ID: G00434210
Analyst: Tim Payne

According to Gartner, "Supply chain planning will undergo fundamental change. The coalescence of technologies presents the opportunity to move from deterministic to resilient planning. Supply chain technology leaders responsible for supply chain solutions should explore this opportunity."

 

  • Tim Payne from Gartner outlines the approach of Resilient Planning. We believe this represents an alternative to the latest trend of Continuous Planning, where every signal from the shop floor, such as delays, results in rescheduling within the Planning System.
  • ORSOFT shares the author's philosophy to pursue a stable production plan and to avoid unduly rescheduling.
  • With the development of EdgeOne in collaboration with the partners of the Germanedge Group, ORSOFT supports its customers in mapping stochastic logistic chains in order to have a production plan prepared for a variety of scenarios using hyper-scalable cloud platforms such as Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services.


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Gartner Mastering Uncertainty: The Rise of Resilient Supply Chain Planning, 2019, Tim Payne, 15 November 2019
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