Over past several decades the supply chain analysis has become an art. In order to monitor results, and reach the goals and establish metrics, most enterprises have rotated to enterprise analysis and supply chain reporting. Organisations have recognised the importance, incidentals and hidden values along the steps in the supply chain – to optimise resources and to ensure the customer and shareholder satisfaction, and controlled costs.
Supply chain management can do nothing without the business intelligence, the supply chain manger and other individual are engaged in various aspects of supply chain and they need business intelligence to be involved in these activities like creating personalised dashboards, key performance indicators (KPIs), alerts to establish objective goals, reports, monitor shipment systems and other enterprise applications.
- With automated alerts supply chain analysis it is possible to expose the issues before they turns into real problems, it involves the analysis of each phase of the supply chain.
- Valuable information after analysis is shared with the production planners and suppliers so they can get netter insight and take the right action and monitor actions, plans and schedules.
- Executives are empowered with the latest, integrated metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) to analyse the inventory shortages, production yields, quality and services of vendors and much more. The latest updates from integrated metrics and key performance indicator make it possible for executive to make analyse the inventory shortage, production yields and services of vendors, quality and much more.
- Some supply chain details need analysis like the analysis of transport and courier performances, inventory of warehouse, material demand/supply chain along with reliable suppliers with remaining balances.
- The analysis of location and report the inventory investments, current stock status and distribution details.
- Monitoring the Stock levels and fluctuations that can affect the customer demands.
- To illustrate the quality and plant, shift costs, department, monitor organisational efficiency and time-to-delivery the analysis reports are generated.
- Tracking of patterns of routing, inventory age, material usage, substitutions and product cycle.
- Evaluation of the trends and managing inventory along with the optimization of the resources and supply chain costs.
- Forecast analysis and planning is done accurately with ongoing supply and demand with production and distributions.
- Analysis of shipping and scheduling.
- Enhancement in transportation and in inventory planning.
- Increased transportation management efficiency.
- Tracking of just-in-time delivery metrics.
- Modelling of product demand.