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Is your network design strategy one size fits all?

Support your supply chain with powerful analytics to design your network for agility. Discover strategies used by life sciences, retail, and manufacturing leaders to cope with volatility.

Design your Supply Chain Network to Cope with Volatility Gartner Report

When volatility exists, processes across the supply chain are challenged. Managing volatile demand efficiently in a demand-driven environment is a significant challenge. It requires companies to respond quickly based on changes in both demand and supply across customers and geographies.

Gartner ®, Supply Chain Volatility is an opportunity to transform your Distribution Network. Grab the opportunity and use this research to learn –

  • Biggest trends impacting supply chain networks.
  • Strategies used by industry leaders to increase agility and lower costs.
  • Analyst insights on analytics and scenario modeling.
  • Capabilities you should consider across distribution centers and ways to deploy the suitable capacity across tiers.

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You have big aspirations for your supply chain but finding and keeping the right people, with specialized skills is challenging. Outsource the creation and maintenance of your supply chain digital twin to our experts, so you can be innovating within six weeks: looking at different scenarios, ensuring resilience for planned business growth and meeting service levels in a more cost-effective way.


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About AIMMS Network Design

AIMMS Network Design is fueled by powerful mathematical optimization in the back end, and intuitive scenario analysis capabilities in the front, empowering you to create flexible designs and expose hidden risks in your network. The application is ideal for organizations that have reached the limits of Excel and are looking for powerful software to run various scenarios, know the impact of each in terms of costs and service levels, and make informed decisions.

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Comparing Leading Supply Chain Network Design Technology Vendors

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“We chose AIMMS because its app wraps a state-of-the-art solver engine in an easy-to-use data interface with strong scenario modeling and results visualization tools. This enables us to quickly evaluate various scenarios that drive supply chain efficiency and customer satisfaction. The system allowed us to be up and running very quickly.” – Read the interview

“AIMMS provides outstanding value. It allows us to quickly answer very specific questions affecting our business. The benefits from optimizing our business based on those answers provides a great ROI for FMC-NA.”

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“A lot of network design decisions have cost implications. We can use AIMMS to get answers we can trust and believe in. These answers add weight to those conversations.” – Read an interview

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Gartner, Supply Chain Volatility is an Opportunity to Transform your Distribution Network Kamala Raman, Vicky Forman, 11 November 2021