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Complete real-time control over transactions and order process status brings faster and more reliable supply and less capital tied up in stocks. Automating and visualizing the purchase order process eliminates manual errors and makes work more efficient. Read more
PipeChain View ® is a visualization tool that gives you an overview of your deliveries to both customers and from suppliers. In PipeChain you can view both customer demand, and how your stock and deliveries cover your needs. The information can be filtered in various ways to give you full control over transactions, processes and the flow of goods. Read more
Information sharing and integration puts the customer first. Higher service levels and lower capital tie-up is the result when we automate and visualize the sales process. One big bonus is less administration and fewer errors. Read more
OUR OPINION
  • VMI outperforms traditional order process, but spread is still limited

    Demand driven, flow based replenishment models (VMI) outperform traditional order processes, and yet most supply chains are stuck in their current models. There is a ...
  • Why can’t you follow order status efficiently in your global business?

    Companies have difficulties in drawing the right conclusions from deviations related to their global order-to-delivery process. Often there are problems in following the …
  • Collaboration in supply chains -
    Does it exist? Is it common?

    In our opinion, no, if we by collaboration mean that two parties in their strive to improve (cut cost, increase service levels, etc) will focus on interests, not positions. Your ...

  • Exception based visibility may trigger the wrong actions and priorities

    We would like to highlight the difference between exception based visibility (based on set rules and expected events) and replenishment based visibility (based on flow ...

  • The lack of visibility is one of the greatest obstacles in supply chains

    The lack of visibility is one of the greatest obstacles in supply chains and causes buffer stocks, low fill rates in transportation and low service levels. One reason is that, while ...