Supply Dynamics utilizes proprietary processes and IT solutions to provide OEM customers with real-time visibility and control over the materials that go into their finished parts – especially the materials that go into the parts made by their Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers. Provided in a hosted “software as a service” model, the Supply Dynamics multi-enterprise platform exchanges critical to quality data with virtually any number of legacy MRP/ERP systems, providing customers with a single, unified view of how finished part materials are impacting their business.
Our suite of web based tools and reports allow customers to instantly forecast and negotiate common materials and monitor the timely order and supply of materials across their extended supply chain. This enables an OEM and its supply partners to know that materials being produced, ordered and delivered are synchronized with actual finished part demand. It also allows the OEM to measure on-time delivery of raw materials to production sites and sub-tier suppliers, to standardize materials, and to identify users for surplus, excess and obsolete materials. Material Demand Aggregation is applicable to numerous industries providing a means for OEMs to coordinate the actions of each link in the supply chain and dramatically improve efficiency and predictability of supply.
In the typical Material Demand Aggregation Program, Supply Dynamics will:
- Provide you with the tools and processes necessary to leverage and negotiate competitive aggregate pricing and service levels for materials that are common across your supply chain.
- Provide a real-time means to monitor and expedite the purchase and timely delivery of material inputs that go into your finished parts.
- Enable your finished-part suppliers to secure competitively priced materials and preferential service levels.
- Reduce the level of speculative inventory and buffer stocks throughout your supply chain.
- Introduce sophisticated tools and proven processes for developing alternative and competitive material sources with emphasis on eliminating sole-source items.
- Synchronize finished-part demand with material supply to improve on-time deliveries.
- Standardize material input specifications and minimize the number of unusual inventory items.
- Reduce scrap and maximize material utilization by “nesting” materials across the supply chain.
- Move excess and obsolete inventories quickly and easily to where they can be used.
All of this is done without requiring the OEM or OEM sub-tier supplier to consign materials, re-organize personnel, or deploy another complicated software system.
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