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Replan Demo

Replan Demo

We are Replan – a supply chain planning solution designed to streamline complex production planning. Wrapped inside a fast, intuitive UI, Replan delivers cutting-edge AI modelling and ... Read more →

Britvic selects Replan for resilience, efficiency and responsiveness

Britvic selects Replan for resilience, efficiency and responsiveness

Replan is excited to announce that Britvic has selected Replan to power its journey towards resilience, efficiency, responsiveness and continued market success. This builds upon the initial ... Read more →

Group-Member Adherence: Enabling a single continuous plan

Group-Member Adherence: Enabling a single continuous plan

What is Group-Member Adherence? Several business situations require gathering related entities (Members) into a collection (Group) based on certain attributes (such as colour, size, ... Read more →

The Renewed Importance Of Production Planning And Scheduling In The New Normal – The Talent Challenge

The Renewed Importance Of Production Planning And Scheduling In The New Normal – The Talent Challenge

The third in a series of joint thought leadership series in collaboration with Supply Chain Matters, this article addresses the equally growing importance for securing and retaining needed ... Read more →

CEO Product Update: 12 months of Replan

CEO Product Update: 12 months of Replan

The world has become more complex and volatile. Planning processes and systems have not been able to keep pace. Planners and executives are lamenting the Herculean manual effort needed to ... Read more →

Cash, capacity and supply chain volatility: Production planning to the rescue

Cash, capacity and supply chain volatility: Production planning to the rescue

The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group has just published its research advisory 2023 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains. In Part One of a snapshot of our prediction themes ... Read more →

The Increased Importance Of Production Planning And Scheduling In The New Normal

The Increased Importance Of Production Planning And Scheduling In The New Normal

This blog marks the beginning of a joint thought leadership series in collaboration with Supply Chain Matters. In upcoming articles in this educational series, we will delve deeper into the ... Read more →

Add 200,000 Cases per week to each line

Add 200,000 Cases per week to each line

Replan – a supply chain planning solution designed to streamline complex production planning. Wrapped inside a fast, intuitive UI, Replan delivers cutting-edge AI modelling and optimisation ... Read more →

Add 10% Capacity to every production line in your organisation

Add 10% Capacity to every production line in your organisation

Capacity planning is an essential process for any manufacturer. It enables organisations to get ahead of potential problems, minimise waste and maximise communication. Read more →

Add $30m+ per year to your Supply Chain

Add $30m+ per year to your Supply Chain

As global supply chain challenges rage on, it’s never been more important to get the basics right. With that, it’s time for both seasoned veterans and emerging supply chain professionals to ... Read more →

Discrete or Process Manufacturing: What’s the difference?

Discrete or Process Manufacturing: What’s the difference?

As global supply chain challenges rage on, it’s never been more important to get the basics right. With that, it’s time for both seasoned veterans and emerging supply chain professionals to ... Read more →

Replan streamlines planning of leading manufacturer

Replan streamlines planning of leading manufacturer

Top-three F&B manufacturer in Europe chose Replan to streamline and optimize its planning processes, increasing its production volume throughput by 12% and capacity availability by 10%. Read more →

Remedying bullwhip in supply chains

Remedying bullwhip in supply chains

Supply chain shortages aside, we’re now seeing classic signs of the bullwhip effect. But what are the reasons for such a mismatch in inventory vs demand and how technology can help ease the ... Read more →

Activate new ways of working for confident planners

Activate new ways of working for confident planners

Business risk continues to mushroom as disruptive volatility seems to be becoming business as usual. Traditional supply chain planning processes are turning out to be too inflexible and ... Read more →

Supply chain gridlock and the hunt for more capacity

Supply chain gridlock and the hunt for more capacity

As the impact of the pandemic and global supply chain disruption continues to take its toll, manufacturers urgently need to find ways to de-risk supply chains, increase capacity and ... Read more →

Benefits of constrained midterm capacity planning

Benefits of constrained midterm capacity planning

What are the benefits of constrained capacity and supply planning software in manufacturing and what can the right supply planning software help your business to achieve? Read more →

The Problem With Key Person Dependencies

The Problem With Key Person Dependencies

Relying on the skills and knowledge of a single person to carry out manual processes is almost inevitable. Don't let it become and issue for you. Read more →

Digital supply chain selloff: what does it mean for you?

Digital supply chain selloff: what does it mean for you?

If you're a supply chain leader looking to make tech investments, you may have read reports of a heavy technology selloff which might leave you feeling concerned. But as a SaaS supply chain ... Read more →

SCP and Intelligent Automation: What’s the connection?

SCP and Intelligent Automation: What’s the connection?

Supply chain planning has never been more important. The last few years have proven that despite decades of investment in process and technology improvements, planners still struggle to ... Read more →

Capacity planning: why it’s time to ditch excel

Capacity planning: why it’s time to ditch excel

Capacity planning is an essential process for any manufacturer. It enables organisations to get ahead of potential problems, minimise waste and maximise communication. Read more →

Replan secures £2m investment

Replan secures £2m investment

Replan secures £2m investment led by Hoxton Ventures to spearhead launch of revolutionary production planning software  Ground-breaking solution leverages AI modelling to streamline complex ... Read more →

Streamline complex production planning

Streamline complex production planning

Supply chain technology company, Replan, today announced the launch of a revolutionary new production planning solution, along with a £2m investment round, led by Hoxton Ventures. The first ... Read more →

Announcing Replan: redefining supply chain planning

Announcing Replan: redefining supply chain planning

Let’s talk about supply chains. Like so many things we depend on, many people do not think twice about them until something goes wrong. Now, they are at the forefront of conversation. Read more →

How better planning creates supply chain resilience

How better planning creates supply chain resilience

The need for supply chain resilience has never been more apparent. With sources of disruption growing and supply chain planning becoming harder, manufacturers need to adopt a more ... Read more →

Why composable ERP is the future

Why composable ERP is the future

With market volatility high, having end-to-end supply chain visibility is critical. Yet traditional pre-packaged ERP solutions don’t allow manufacturers to see the full picture making ... Read more →

Making the case for mid-term production planning

Making the case for mid-term production planning

When it comes to integrated business planning, the mid-term horizon can often be overlooked. However, mid-term production planning has a critical role to play in turning sales and ... Read more →

Consumer demand is changing food production planning

Consumer demand is changing food production planning

For food manufacturers production planning isn’t easy. Constraints such as short product shelf life and variable demand add to the complexity of production scheduling and manual production ... Read more →

Streamlining supply chain planning with AI and automation

Streamlining supply chain planning with AI and automation

Consumer habits are changing, raw materials are scarce, and the supply chain is being tested daily. Traditional static product wheels work best when demand is predictable and non-seasonal ... Read more →

Bringing intelligence to pharmaceutical production

Bringing intelligence to pharmaceutical production

Pharmaceutical production planning is not easy. With multiple constraints and bottlenecks reducing line utilisation, planners need a better way to manage supply chain planning and maximise ... Read more →

Improving chemical production planning

Improving chemical production planning

With today’s market demanding quicker lead times and increased customisation, chemical manufacturers need to find new ways to reduce production run length and increase efficiency. But with ... Read more →

Supply chain agility in the direct-to-consumer era

Supply chain agility in the direct-to-consumer era

As business models continue to shift towards direct-to-consumer channels, the race is on to modernise supply chains. Manufacturers need agility to flex and scale to meet the needs of many ... Read more →

Discrete or Process Manufacturing: What’s the difference?

Discrete or Process Manufacturing: What’s the difference?

As global supply chain challenges rage on, it’s never been more important to get the basics right. With that, it’s time for both seasoned veterans and emerging supply chain professionals to take some time to revisit the two major manufacturing processes: discrete and process manufacturing.

EU Energy Crisis

EU Energy Crisis

With 60% of manufacturers considering rising energy prices a threat to their business, what can they do now to minimise the impact of the energy crisis while waiting for government support?

Remedying bullwhip in supply chains

Remedying bullwhip in supply chains

Supply chain shortages aside, we’re now seeing classic signs of the bullwhip effect. But what are the reasons for such a mismatch in inventory vs demand and how technology can help ease the impact?

Activate new ways of working for confident planners

Activate new ways of working for confident planners

Business risk continues to mushroom as disruptive volatility seems to be becoming business as usual. Traditional supply chain planning processes are turning out to be too inflexible and time-consuming to ease the challenges and mitigate the risks. It’s time to activate new ways of working to gain the much-needed agility.

Supply chain gridlock and the hunt for more capacity

Supply chain gridlock and the hunt for more capacity

As the impact of the pandemic and global supply chain disruption continues to take its toll, manufacturers urgently need to find ways to de-risk supply chains, increase capacity and customer satisfaction. Group planning can provide the answer, helping to release additional capacity and identify and manage constraints in the mid-term planning horizon.

Digital supply chain selloff: what does it mean for you?

Digital supply chain selloff: what does it mean for you?

If you’re a supply chain leader looking to make tech investments, you may have read reports of a heavy technology selloff which might leave you feeling concerned. But as a SaaS supply chain tech CEO, let me reassure you that all’s well in the industry. Spend away!

SCP and Intelligent Automation: What’s the connection?

SCP and Intelligent Automation: What’s the connection?

Supply chain planning has never been more important. The last few years have proven that despite decades of investment in process and technology improvements, planners still struggle to make their supply chains more agile, responsive and resilient.

Discover how Replan can help your organization balance service, inventory and utilization while maintaining plan stability.