OUR COMMITMENT TO INNOVATIONS
Our fundamental philosophy is to ensure that our clients get more than their expectations and not only implement successfully but also remain best in their class. For over 22 years we have delivered the most innovative solutions such as Attribute-based planning® and intelligent self-repairing technology unique only to Adexa. Our partnering philosophy is a key reason why we are able to deliver state-of-the-art supply chain and collaborative e-business planning solutions to innovative companies in every industry we serve. We work with our customers closely to understand their business pains and craft solutions tailored to fit their needs.
Fortune 500 and mid-market companies alike rely on us for fast and professional deployment of our solutions; tightly integrated with their IT investments and legacy systems. They appreciate the open architecture of Adexa’s applications, built-in industry specific modeling capabilities, and ease of configuration.
These are just some of the reasons Adexa enjoys unprecedented amount of repeat business with existing customers. We welcome you to talk to any of our clients. They tell our story the best!
Innovations from Adexa
First in ATP/CTP at the Factory Level Planning
First in Event-Driven Continuous Planning
First in In-Memory computing
First in Distributed Agent Architecture (since 1999)
First in Machine Learning use in planning (since 1998)
First in combined S&OP and S&OE—Merging Planning & Execution
First in Unified Data Model
First in Attribute-Based Planning
ADEXA DELIVERS REAL VALUE.
We at Adexa performed an independent survey of our customers sampling from a number of different industries. The results shown below are the range of benefits obtained for each KPI. These measures were actual quotes from customers and tend to be on the conservative side.
Many supply chain leaders think of S&OE as yet another system to be acquired or patched on to S&OP. Although this maybe a viable strategy but not a particularly efficient one.
Most supply chain practitioners believe that there is a need for a rough long term planning engine (S&OP) and yet another for plan execution (S&OE).
I find it interesting that most companies choose their supply chain planning vendor based on how nice it looks but pay very little attention as to how good the quality of plans are. Not all planning systems are created equal.
Resiliency of supply chain is the ability to withstand changes in demand and supply and the ability to respond effectively.