Explanation Software lines (click on a subway line to see the short explanation about that type of software)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
cross-functional enterprise system driven by an integrated suite of software modules that supports the basic internal business processes of a company.
Oracle Microstrategy SAS Qlik IBM (Sterling) SAP Every Angle Llamasoft JDA OM Partners Infor Slimstock Toolsgroup Inform Kinaxis AMCS/Transvision Elemica JohnGalt TXT e-solutions RelexSolutions DynaSys Dassault Systèmes Futur-master IcronTechnologies Anaplan Exceedra Board PearlChain Syncron DemandSolutions E2open Transporeon MetaPack Transwide Timocom Precision Shipitsmarter Logistyx(Transparix,Pantechnik) MPObjects Eyefreight Jaggaer (Bravo Solutions) Basware Ticontract Esize Coupa Aimms Ortec MIC MetricStream Riskmethods Achilles Procurence BluJay Solutions PTV Microsoft Dynamix(Navision, Axapta) Unit4 Iptor(IBS) Sage QAD Dynasys Centric Aptean Epicor Rockwell Asprova Acteos Fujitsu Glovia Consafe Logistics Inconso Davanti ManhattanAssociates Wonderware Siemens Digital Logistics Proleit A-SIS One NetworkEnterprises Hardis Generix Descartes Progress Software AG TH Data Logility Infor Nexus Tesisquare AEB NeoGrid SSI Schäfer TradeitSmarter Synertrade Tradeshift(IBX) Pagero Yellowstar DSI Global AGRDynamics River Logic IFS PSI Transmetrics Arkieva Jung-heinrich Soloplan Camelot IT Lab Orchestr8 Optimity Pincvision LiaisonTechnologies Azap Cloudia Esker LogisticsReply Lobster inet-logistics Pro Alliance Shippeo Demand DrivenTechnologies Out-perform
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Implementation partners

About this map

SCM IT Subway Map Europe updated for 2019: Sustained growth in SCM cloud solutions

Ever-more companies are switching to supply chain software in the cloud. Software vendors that have offered a cloud-based solution right from the start, such as Anaplan, are enjoying particularly strong growth in supply chain, but companies with their roots in server-based solutions - such as SAP and Manhattan Associates - will soon see many of their customers switching to cloud versions. That is one key finding from the research for the 2019 edition os Supply Chain Movement's annual SCM IT Subway Map Europe.

Application of DDMRP

The new approach to production planning, demand-driven material requirements planning (DDMRP), is increasingly being applied as an alternative to the more traditional manufacturing resources planning (MRP) – the basis of ERP – with fixed lead times. Numerous software vendors, such as AGR Dynamics, Anaplan, Camelot IT Lab, E2open, Orchestr8, Optimity, SAP, Solventure and ToolsGroup, have already implemented it for various customers.

Supply Chain Media has developed the SCM IT Subway Map as an overview of the different types of supply-chain software (ERP, WMS, TMS, etc.) that is available, and to help locate their various European vendors. Companies have been allocated positions on the map based on the number of implementations and the share of revenue for each software type in Europe. Companies with offices in several European countries have a subway station on software lines according to how they rate over a minimum threshold of customers and/or revenue share.

Navigation

  • Click or tap on a software vendor´s subway station to see the subway line(s) that this company specialises in.
  • Click or tap on a subway line to see the short explanation about that type of software.
  • Click or tap on several subway lines to reveal the interconnections and interrelationships.
  • Click or tap next to a subway line to reset the screen.
  • Click or tap on one of the sponsoring software vendors to go to its corporate website.

News

Ever-more companies are switching to supply chain software in the cloud.
Software vendors that have offered a cloud-based solution right from the start, such as Anaplan, are enjoying particularly strong growth in supply chain, but companies with their roots in server-based solutions – such as SAP and Manhattan Associates – will soon see many of their customers switching to cloud versions too.
That is one key finding from the research for the 2019 edition of Supply Chain Movement’s annual SCM IT Subway Map Europe. Read more

Contact

For information about the vendors positions on the subway map contact:



Martijn Lofvers
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