Discover how the Demand-Driven World looks like! Read more!

Optimize the performance of your supply chain through harmonized planning

More than ever, optimized planning is a key factor for your company’s success. Requirements to be met by supply chain planning are substantial and steadily rising: Complex value chain networks have to be managed, maximum quality and uncompromising delivery quality are expected – in increasingly dynamic markets

In order to hold your own amongst the global competition, you need to guarantee the most efficient possible provision of services. However, inaccurate and out-of-date demand, production and procurement planning in the supply chain result in a less than optimum performance in terms of capacity use, level of service and capital formation.

Central areas for improvement:

  • Harmonizing and integrating each planning level with an integrated planning approach
  • Improving demand planning and forecasting by integrating point-of-sale data and actively influencing demand (revenue management/demand shaping)
  • Linking the push and pull principles as part of LEAN Planning & Scheduling
  • Choosing the right planning procedure
  • Establishing sensible parameters for stock sizing

Together with our clients from the chemical, life sciences, CPG and manufacturing industries, we have perfected global supply chain planning in terms of forecasting, demand, replenishment, transport and production planning as well as detailed scheduling, and we have introduced this as an essential management instrument.

CAMELOT building blocks for supply chain planning:

  • Integrated process models for agile harmonization of supply chain planning across all stages
  • Leading concepts for optimizing forecasting processes and approaches to demand shaping
  • Central planning for the replenishment of distribution and production networks
  • Planning collaboration with customers and suppliers
  • Optimizing and managing in-bound and out-bound transport processes
  • Optimizing local production and operations planning
  • Best-practices for organizational implementation, including role profiles, meeting structures, etc.
  • Concepts and information technologies for simulating interactive scenarios and supporting tactical decisions (including optimizing networks, management and customs)
  • Stock sizing
  • Choosing and optimizing planning procedures


Patrick Wolf

For questions and inquiries, please feel free to contact us.