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The S&OP process plays a vital role in how companies function, enabling executives to: Forge a strong connection between the two planning horizons: Operational activity and strategy. Reconcile and develop...
In last week’s post, we introduced some of the lessons we’ve learned about implementing new supply chain technology. This week, we’ll take a look at some case studies from companies...
Every manufacturer is faced with change sooner or later. In the 21st century, there have been many such changes, from innovative supply chain technologies to new methods to improve the...
Even without demand variability, production schedules cannot be executed. Any planner with shop floor experience knows that demand variability is not the only source of distortion. Suppliers, employees, and equipment...
Before MRP, the most popular approach to inventory management was Order Point, where each point is independent. Yet the more complex an operational environment becomes — thanks to a broader...
The Origins of Order Point What was inventory management like before MRP? Before MRP was introduced, the most popular inventory management approach was called Order Point. The main limitations were...
There are a number of reasons executives give when they say they’re not ready to undertake a supply chain transformation. Before we consider implementing Demand Driven, we must: Clean up...
The role of the supply chain manager is by nature very transverse. It is to orchestrate the collaboration of disparate functions — sales, production, marketing, product development, and more —...
Our management systems are based on technical data, often maintained by dedicated teams. Rigor and discipline are required to maintain this data on an ongoing basis. If you have participated...
In our first article on the 4.0 shop floor, we looked at how to start production orders at the right time. Then, we discussed how to optimize production batch size, synchronize manufacturing...
Even today, we encounter companies that have difficulty differentiating their stocking strategies according to demand profiles. Have you ever been instructed to put a month’s worth of stock on hand...
In our series on the 4.0 shop floor, we’ve examined how to start production orders at the right time, optimize production batch size, synchronize manufacturing flows, and accelerate production flows. In this...
In our first article on the 4.0 shop floor, we looked at how to start production orders at the right time. Then, we discussed how to optimize production batch size and synchronize...
The 4.0 shop floor is about being agile, responding to real customer demand, and making priorities visible and decisions intuitive for all. In our first article on the topic, we...
The 4.0 shop floor is about being agile, responding to real customer demand, and making priorities visible and decisions intuitive for all. In this series of articles, we look back...

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