John Galt Solutions Empowers Enterprises to Accelerate and Scale Global Supply Chain Decision Making
Advanced Innovations Accelerate Delivery of Real-Time Insights, Performance, and Orchestration of Digital Capabilities
AUSTIN, Texas, June 28, 2022 (Newswire.com) - John Galt Solutions, automating supply chain planning to empower business leaders to make better decisions faster, today announced the launch of several microservices under the Atlas Planning Platform enabling companies to leverage the latest technologies to reimagine their supply chain and accelerate their digital transformation.
New digital business models, evolving customer behaviors, and unforeseen challenges and opportunities require the ability to quickly capture, transform, and respond to data signals from countless systems and sources. However, for many businesses across industries, region, and size, these requirements place significant pressure on teams, processes, and systems. The latest innovations in the Atlas Planning Platform help make sense of the rapidly growing digital landscape to allow people to focus on strategic, high-value activities.
The Atlas Planning Platform's individually deployable, augmentative microservices are the key to increasing the ability to be flexible and adaptive to the changing market, and to quickly deploy at scale to meet increasingly demanding customer requirements. For example, today's highly complex networks are several layers deep as information and insights flow across the multi-enterprise system. To make sense of this, companies must identify and account for the many moving parts such as transfer logic, multiple locations to deliver to and source from, understand resource constraints across distribution centers, transportation, labor, co-packers, and more, and how to allocate and push product. This level of deeper visibility into the network allows for more real-time event updates across large, global planning environments.
"The composable architecture at the foundation of our Atlas Planning Platform delivers a highly dynamic environment that offers our customers more choice in how they want to build, orchestrate, and deploy advanced business capabilities to support their growth plan," said Brian Begeman, Global R&D Leader, John Galt Solutions. "John Galt Solutions' adaptive technology strategy leverages modern cloud platforms and application capabilities that form the foundation of a democratized enterprise environment. Today's announcement highlights our continued focus on delivering innovations that solve today's most pressing challenges and powers the future of supply chain planning."
The high-performing, highly scalable API-based microservices deliver enhanced real-time visibility and analysis into supply chain performance. Enhanced by machine learning, these microservices help users detect patterns, gain new insights and knowledge, and provide prescriptive recommendations aligned with business objectives.
To learn more about the Atlas Planning Platform, please visit johngalt.com/atlas.
About John Galt Solutions
More than ever, companies must be able to sense and respond to the dynamics of complex global supply chain performance, seize new opportunities, reduce costs, and drive profitability. John Galt Solutions' Atlas Planning Platform provides a comprehensive end-to-end supply chain planning solution with advanced analytics and machine learning to automate planning, break down business silos and deliver greater visibility. Atlas Planning, a SaaS-based platform, transforms S&OP processes; demand, inventory, and replenishment; manufacturing planning and scheduling; distribution, allocation, and transportation planning; financial budget and sales forecasting. We partner closely with companies such as MARS, Continental Tire, Milwaukee Tool, Deschutes Brewery, Organic Valley, Netgear, and American Red Cross to empower planners to make better and faster decisions with greater confidence. To learn how John Galt Solutions can help you improve supply chain performance, visit www.johngalt.com.
Source: John Galt Solutions
Categories: Supply Chain Management