QAD DYNASYS

Since 1985, QAD DynaSys has been a leading provider of integrated and collaborative cloud based end-to-end demand & supply chain planning (DSCP) solutions that enable businesses to optimize, analyze, simulate, understand and efficiently plan supply chain activities. Our software can cover all supply chain needs: - Demand Planning - Inventory Optimization - Supply Planning - Manufacturing Planning - Financial Planning - Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) - Integrated Business Planning (IBP) - DDMRP QAD DynaSys Cloud DSCP solutions empower customers in manufacturing, distribution and retail to meet their goals of optimizing supply chains to become more effective, successful enterprises.

Solutions

Demand Planning
Modern supply chains are challenged with a proliferation of product variants, shorter life cycles, and higher customer expectations. QAD DynaSys Demand Planning excels where product sales behavior is very complex employing intelligent algorithmic methods and machine learning techniques. These techniques are most applicable for items with short or zero history, complex seasonality, periodic products, high volume low frequency, and make-to-order products. Complexity is no longer an excuse not to have an accurate sales forecast.

Production Planning
Soaring logistics costs. Manufacturing bottlenecks. Product variability. Constantly changing demand and supply. With all these variables at work, the challenge is on for you to create the best supply chain plan for your business. Production Planning solution helps companies become effective enterprises by optimizing their production operations in order to maximize efficiencies while managing constraints and costs. Production Planning adopts a high visibility approach that graphically and intuitively provides planners with an informative workbench to support decision making and event simulation. Production Planning understands that manufacturing environments are complex and dynamic. Planners struggle to manage real time changes such as capacity (unforeseen downtime), product availability (delayed deliveries), and urgent demand signals (unplanned orders). Production Planning excels in this environment due to several key technological differentiators.

Distribution Planning
Logistics planners are struggling every day with expedited freight events, poorly utilized transportation resources, excess slow moving stock, and competing customer priorities. QAD DynaSys Distribution Planning helps companies become effective enterprises by optimizing product flow and improving logistics decision-making in order to maximize efficiencies while managing constraints and costs. Distribution Planning adopts a high visibility approach that graphically and intuitively provides planners with an informative workbench to support decision making and event simulation by understanding that logistics environments are complex and dynamic. Planners struggle to manage real time events such as shipping delays and opportunistic shipping capacity; Distribution Planning excels in this environment due to several key technological differentiators.

Procurement Planning
Procurement planners are struggling every day with supplier constraints, perpetually changing material requirement plans and logistics issues. These challenges are on-top of static constraints such as order/order line minimum and incremental quantities and values, ordering, shipping, and receiving calendars. To complicate matters further, there is the ever present pressure to reduce costs. The supply chain organization directly controls 70-85% of the cost of goods within a manufacturing organization. With commodity price volatility is at a record high in the current hype connected world, how can a procurement planner navigate the constraints in a profitable manner?

Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP)
Today, manufacturing companies operate in a new world; constant changes in geopolitics, the exponential speed of innovation and the digitization of everything. Customers are more demanding and less committed. Supply chains are no longer chains but a network of opportunistic demand, supply, and capacity entities. This has led to many companies struggling with a clear view of the business. In these times of change, we make decisions relying on a “gut-feeling” devoid of fact based analysis; assumptions are made without objective measurement and operational plans become disconnected from corporate objectives. It is within times of flux that Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) becomes more vital than ever. S&OP provides a unique capability to reconcile cross-functional plans, problems, risks, and objectives in a way that provides visibility, stability and alignment with corporate goals.

Software lines
Supply Chain Network Design
Production Planning & Scheduling
Inventory Optimization
Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP)
Demand Planning & Forecasting