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GAINS is a best-of-breed demand, inventory and supply chain planning and optimisation system.
GAINS is a best-of-breed demand, inventory and supply chain planning and optimisation system.

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"Gains is a great value for companies seeking to test new concepts at a reasonable price." Article: 'Five Reasons Why Are We Not Making Progress on Inventory Management' by Lora Cecere.
http://www.supplychainshaman.com/demand/five-reasons-why-are-we-not-making-progress-on-inventory-management/
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GAINS Recognised as a leading solution by Gartner

Gartner recently published its Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning (SCP) System of Record (SOR). Pleasingly, GAINS' position has improved since the last report in 2016 from the Visionary Quadrant to the Leader Quadrant.

According to Gartner, “This Magic Quadrant examines vendors that provide SCP system-of-record solutions. Supply chain and IT leaders can use this research when evaluating and selecting a supply chain planning system to underpin their journey to Stage 3 supply chain planning maturity and beyond.”

GAINS is known for its holistic, single-solution approach empowers customers to concurrently plan across forecasting and demand, sales, inventory and operations planning (SI&OP), as well as inventory and replenishment optimisation. By applying powerful stochastic models, genetic algorithms, and machine learning (AI) to dynamically optimise complex supply chain interdependencies, error, and variability, GAINS ensures customers achieve their service levels while maximising profit and/or minimising costs.

Download the full report for a detailed analysis of supply chain planning trends and the market leading vendors via the GAINSystems website.

http://www.gains.net.au/news

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GAINS Recognised as a leading solution by Gartner

Gartner recently published its Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning (SCP) System of Record (SOR). Pleasingly, GAINS' position has improved since the last report in 2016 from the Visionary Quadrant to the Leader Quadrant.

According to Gartner, “This Magic Quadrant examines vendors that provide SCP system-of-record solutions. Supply chain and IT leaders can use this research when evaluating and selecting a supply chain planning system to underpin their journey to Stage 3 supply chain planning maturity and beyond.”

GAINS is known for its holistic, single-solution approach empowers customers to concurrently plan across forecasting and demand, sales, inventory and operations planning (SI&OP), as well as inventory and replenishment optimisation. By applying powerful stochastic models, genetic algorithms, and machine learning (AI) to dynamically optimise complex supply chain interdependencies, error, and variability, GAINS ensures customers achieve their service levels while maximising profit and/or minimising costs.

Download the full report for a detailed analysis of supply chain planning trends and the market leading vendors via the GAINSystems website.

http://www.gains.net.au/news
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Do you know how your organisation's Procurement Strategy compares to best practice?

Many companies lack a formal enterprise-wide strategy for how value is to be achieved through the procurement of goods and services. Consequently, it is very difficult to know if the procurement organisation is contributing to corporate objectives and how that contribution can be measured.

A clearly articulated procurement strategy will demonstrate alignment with corporate strategy and objectives on topics including process/cost efficiency, spend reduction, product innovation, global/local sourcing and corporate and social responsibility (e.g., ethical supply chain).

Find out more about GRA's Procurement Stategy service:

http://www.gra.net.au/what-we-do/consulting/strategy/procurement-strategy
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Organisations are investing heavily in structures and frameworks, particularly Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) and Integrated Business Planning (IBP), but are not necessarily seeing the expectant results – and do not realise why.The answer lies in the very planning systems and processes on which they rely to improve their Return On Capital Employed (ROCE).

http://www.globallogisticsmedia.com/articles/view/effective-demand-planning-the-key-to-unlocking-your-sop-investment
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