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The aeronautical supply chain was not designed to ensure the fast and reliable flow of goods, but to meet detailed technical, quality, and safety specifications. How can Demand Driven methods help?
Can MRP help you restock your fridge? From meal planning to demand shaping, we chart the six simple steps.
One of the meeting points for the company’s Finance and Supply Chain teams is the Excess and Obsolete, or “E&O” review. E&O are subject to a financial review at least...
Monomakh automated inventory management in production using Intuifow, which works according to the algorithms of the new DDMRP methodology. In two years, the company increased sales by 60% without additional...
The Eastern European/Central Asian market has a number of unique qualities. Out here, the success of Western companies seems so distant from our reality that it is simply not perceived...
The events of the last two years have tested companies’ strength. Digitalization, the effects of the pandemic, and the reversal of market trends are rapidly transforming economic stability. The realities...
This case study was written by the Demand Driven Institute. Most often, inventory management methods are dictated by the principles of the IT system a company uses. Typically, this is...
Effective inventory and process management are crucial for companies whose product ranges rotate frequently. Here's how one home appliance manufacturer streamlined their processes.
The decision to build a supply chain management system that responds flexibly to demand and market trends has always been both reasonable and far-sighted. Nowadays, the automation of replenishment processes...
Supply chain resilience is an imperative in a VUCA world. The tremors of recent years, from Brexit and Covid to the war in Ukraine, have prompted many companies and governments...
Our clients across the globe have claimed that average lead time from their overseas suppliers increased by 30% and order fulfillment rate decreased by 6% compared to 2019.
To size our stocks and replenish our products, we need to use a demand assumption. In a Demand Driven approach, the supply chain is scheduled based on real consumption, but for consumption to occur, it must have been initiated by available products, supplied based on a demand hypothesis.
The old-fashioned S&OP is a laborious and sequential process. The end of the month has just been closed. We know the sales, after aggregating inputs from all countries. We compare...
The concept of the supply chain control tower has become very popular. But what exactly does it mean? Magic keywords abound in this field: Digitalization, advanced analytics, end-to-end, big data,...
Competition is more intense than ever. Companies closely monitor consumers and track the actions of their rivals. New products are rapidly copied and replicated. Companies must maintain a compelling and...

Replenishment+ is now Intuiflow

Ten years ago, Demand Driven Technologies launched the world’s first Demand Driven supply chain solutions: Replenishment+, APM, and DBR+. Now, we’re uniting those solutions into a single, powerful solution. Meet Intuiflow.

What’s in a name?

Our solutions are built to make supply chain management intuitive — and help manufacturers ensure the best flow of materials through their supply chains.

What’s changed?

Intuiflow integrates all our solutions into a single, powerful platform — and incorporates AI/ML to identify patterns in demand faster and more accurately than ever before.

What does that mean?

Intuiflow brings you DDMRP, DDOM and DDS&OP compliance in one suite, powering critical synergies across the business.

Replenishment+ is now Intuiflow