When orders come in, you should be able to reliably provide Available-to-Promise and Capable-to-Promise information and meet aggressive commitments all in real-time. In conjunction with your Order Entry system, based on your current business conditions and availability of resources and materials. Adexa, Precision ATP, as part of its IBP suite, provides real-time Available to Promise (ATP) and Capable to Promise (CTP) information to your clients in sub-seconds.
Benefits & Features
Improve order commitment reliability
Dynamic re-allocation to improve fill rates
Reduce turnaround time for customer inquiries and increase Available-to-Promise accuracy
Manage availability, stock-outs, partial shipments, and returns
Stop using fixed quoted lead-times on sales orders
Eliminate errors and inaccurate deliveries for configured products
Significantly reduce time needed to prepare and process sales quotations
Reduce partial-order shipments
Reduce customer change orders
Increase your Available-to-Promise accuracy & gain a better understanding of your demand.
With Adexa, you can get a real-time look at where your inventory is and where it should be-all with more accurate Available-to-Promise and Capable-to-Promise data. Get in touch or request a demo today to experience the Adexa difference!
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