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By MT Bureau| May 04, 2021

o9 Solutions Chosen As Integrated Business Planning Partner By Doosan Infracore

o9 Solutions announced it has been chosen by Doosan Infracore as its integrated business planning partner to take care of real-time demand and supply planning management.

Doosan Infracore is a Korean construction machinery and engine company with a worldwide presence and production facilities in Korea, China, and Norway. The company supports both make-to-stock (MTS) and make-to-order (MTO) production according to market conditions and strategies.

o9 Solutions, recently named as a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning Solutions, will assist the Korean company with its AI-powered solutions in deploying a smart supply chain management system to respond to shifting demand and optimise resource distribution.

o9 will offer its core platform of Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) system along with MVP (Minimum Viable Product) planning templates. The platform claims a workflow that supports not only supply resource distribution but also data-driven decision making.

The highlight of the system includes factoring in both forecasts and actual orders, establishing data-driven strategic supply planning, increasing supply responsiveness to market fluctuations while reducing excess inventory, enriching customer service quality, and decreasing costs related to emergency shipping and supply shortfalls.

Igor Rikalo, COO of o9 Solutions, said, “We are honoured to help Doosan Infracore establish a flexible supply management solution that combines our SCM platform with our global experience serving customers around the world. We will configure the platform for Doosan Infracore’s integrated business planning, its unique supply management needs, and will provide active support to ensure a positive contribution to Doosan Infracore profitability.” (MT)

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