New workflows simplify and standardize the daily work process of key supply chain functions with prescriptive, AI-driven recommendations
LeanDNA, the only provider of factory-focused inventory optimization solutions, has launched the manufacturing industry’s first best practice, role-based workflow capabilities within its platform. The powerful new workflows standardize and optimize the daily work of supply chain teams, automatically prioritizing urgent inventory actions, so teams can quickly resolve issues, reduce excess inventory and critical shortages, and improve delivery performance.
“We see an opportunity to adjust to market fluctuations at a moment’s notice and drive new value by making smarter, faster inventory decisions,” said Darren Hill, Vice President of Supply Chain Management at Radius Aerospace. “The new workflows and inventory optimization view in LeanDNA enables our team to focus on driving down inventory to control costs, manage oversight, and improve on-time delivery without spending hours tracking down required information. Our team can now see
Dynamic Risk Pathways is the first software application to provide the real-time capture and easy-to-understand, predictive visualization of risk pathways to help organizations proactively manage and mitigate process safety risk
Sphera’s Dynamic Risk Pathway
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CHICAGO, Oct. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sphera, a leading global provider of Integrated Risk Management software, data and consulting services, today announced its Dynamic Risk Pathways solution, the industry’s first real-time, process safety management Digital Twin solution.
Sphera’s Dynamic Risk Pathways is the industry’s next generation Operational Risk Management (ORM) Digital Twin technology for modeling and predicting process safety risk exposure for defined risk scenarios. By using the real-time status information from asset integrity inspections, safety critical equipment, Internet of Things (IoT) sensor data, maintenance and operational activity, and deviations from normal operating conditions, operational teams are provided with a single, shared view of the