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Over the past few years, we have investment in our manufacturing infrastructure with the aim of supporting ongoing volume growth. One of the areas to ensure we get best return on our investment links to our planning tools, whilst we have SAP, our ability to scenario model different production plans has been limited. We are currently using Replan working alongside our existing planning technologies, where we are able to run detailed scenarios (plan to scheduling) to help inform the benefits linked to changes in our planning rules.
Supply Chain Strategy and Insight Manager, Britvic
At Premier Foods our purpose is to Enrich Life Through Food. To achieve this we are constantly innovating with the aim of improving our performance and resilience. The technology innovation that Replan brings to production planning at Premier Foods is preparing us for the supply chain of tomorrow.
Head of Supply Chain Systems, Premier Foods
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