Supply Chain Planning for Semiconductor Manufacturing and fabless operations
In semiconductor manufacturing, you face a difficult mix of conflicting pressures, including capital-intensive processes, lengthy manufacturing cycle times, high mix of products, test lots, and variable yield issues. Furthermore, complex and expensive equipment such as Steppers and Testers, as well as mask requirements and set-up/batch issues, require complex representations and intelligent algorithms to make the best use of these assets while at the same time reducing WIP inventory to lower cycle times…
Our team initially focused on Adexa because it ran much faster than our previous supply chain systems, and was easier to use. But the biggest advantage ended up being their industry expertise and ability to leverage best-practices at all stages of this critical project.
Vice President of Global Information Technology
We selected Adexa through a long RFP process involving multiple leading vendors. Adexa demonstrated very strong expertise in our industry and system implementation, and overall commitment to their customers.
Dr. Henry Zhao
Director of Global IT
Adexa contributes by delivering commit dates to customer orders and by removing time and costs from supply chain planning. The Adexa ATP has increased the effectiveness of our SAP system, which had difficulty handling the complex business and allocation logic that our business required.
VP of Planning & Logistics
In the short time that we have been using Adexa we have already witnessed clear benefits in the operation of our supply chain. The visibility and optimization capabilities that are now available to our global users have definitely improved our ability to be more responsive, faster and serve our customers better.
VP, Supply Base
We are dedicated to offering a broad variety of products while maintaining superior customer service. Collaborating with Adexa enables us to optimize global supply chains by shortening order response time and improving on-time delivery.
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