A digital twin of a supply chain simulates how different planning concepts affect a company’s supply chain. This helps to predict how much a company can benefit from a shift to a Demand-Driven Operating Model.

A Demand-Driven Supply Chain helps to mitigate inefficiency symptoms in supply chains by strategically planning and intelligently managing inventory buffers with Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) and replenishing these buffers intelligently. By doing so, companies can right-size their inventories, increase service levels and put a stop to constant firefighting.

As promising as this sounds, the question remains: How does your company benefit from this in the given market environment, with a special demand or supply situation, or with regards to other company-specific factors in the supply chain setup?


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Demand-Driven experts Dr. Ulrich Wetterauer and Jonas Rethmann introduce the “proof of value approach”, which delivers an end-to-end concept and benefit assessment with the CAMELOT Business Impact Analyzer. It allows a detailed simulation of planning concepts with the help of a supply chain’s digital twin and includes network dependencies and effects over time.

The webcast shows how companies can explore the benefits from the Demand-Driven planning approach that includes a supply chain digital twin of their inventory buffers and production utilization.






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