AI ML planning on saas Platform
Streamlining Supply Chain and Inventory with AI-ML Assisted Integrated Business Planning (IBP)
PlanNEL is a SaaS platform that provides supply chain planning (SCP) and integrated business planning (IBP) solutions based on AI/ML optimization technology and operations research. Online retailers, manufacturing and distribution companies can take advantage of this platform.
In particular, PlanNEL collects and analyzes actual sales data from online marketplaces and stores to generate accurate demand forecasts. These forecasts serve as a baseline for creating optimized production and replenishment schedules, balancing inventory levels to meet demand while minimizing excess to increase profitability.
PLM Solution Overview
We provide product development project management solutions in any manufacturing industries that use Aras Innovator as an PLM platform.
SCM Solution Overview
We provide supply chain planning solutions and services that will improve market responsiveness and reduce inventory.
Brother Industries, with customers in 40 countries worldwide, depends on Zionex’s T3 SCM solution for global PSI analysis and sales and operations planning (S&OP), achieving a higher accuracy in demand planning in a shorter period.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, a leading manufacturer of industrial robots, uses Dynamic Task Management (DTM) to improve the productivities of product design and development projects and manage man-hours in detail.
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Brother Industries, Ltd., based in Nagoya City, Japan, began as a sewing machine repair business in 1908 and has evolved into a manufacturer of printers, multifunction devices, sewing machines, and industrial equipment. With production and sales facilities in over 40 countries, the company has a strong global presence, delivering its products and services to customers worldwide. Brother is a well-regarded brand in the printing and sewing machine industries.
Yuhan-Kimberly is a joint venture company of Kimberly Clark and Yuhan Kimberly in South Korea. It is a global household goods company, and is engaged in household hygiene products and bath & body care business. They offer globally recognized products such as baby diaper Huggies and Kleenex tissues.
Founded in 1964, Samsung Precision Chemical began as a general chemical business and later shifted to high-value precision chemical products, including Mecellose (a cement improver) and Anycoat (a coating agent for medicinal capsules). Since the year 2000, the company has expanded into the field of advanced electronic materials, such as BT Powder use as a raw material for MLCCs and color print toner.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries is the first in Japan to develop and manufacture domestic industrial robots, and since then has been a leading manufacturer of robots that supports automation in various manufacturing fields. Kawasaki robots realize high-quality automation work that matches the requirements of individual products and production lines, such as welding of automobile bodies and processing of food.
Dongbu Steel began producing cold-rolled steel sheets in 1967 and has since expanded production to include hot-rolled steel sheets through its factories in various regions, reaching an annual capacity of around 4 million tons. The company's cold-rolled steel sheet division achieved global competitiveness with the completion of the fully automated Asan Bay Plant in 1999. Dongbu Steel's electric furnace steel mill was designed with reduced investment in blast furnace capacity, resulting in lower CO2 emissions and energy consumption.