Seamless coordination of work and teams
Manage the complexity of your processes and coordinate your full set of actors and locations with PlanningForce. The comprehensive planning approach is based on the principle of “one truth for all”.
Instead of having to consult dozens of different schedules which deal with identical topics at times, albeit expressed differently, gain a comprehensive, clear and consolidated vision of your company. This will allow management to coordinate work in real time for each actor in the value chain, regardless of their role or place of work.
If the system detects an anomaly, such as the lack resources or a delay in supplies, the planning engine automatically calculates the impact of this anomaly on order delivery dates and informs the manager of scheduling changes that will have to be made in order to minimize effects.
Align organization and company’s objectives
The steering cycle, the management committees, the prerogatives of actors, the activity models, the competency matrix… these are all aspects that will be examined or implemented in light of company objectives.
These objectives may refer to the quest for greater efficiency, the reduction of bad stress, stability in decision making or transparency in communication.
Improving the use of critical resources, eliminating bottlenecks, reducing the costs due to unnecessary subcontracting and overtime, reducing stock, optimizing incoming and outgoing logistics, reducing changing prioritization – these are all ingredients that come together symbiotically to reduce costs and standard production times.
Historical data help to improve your decision-making processes
All data is logged for later use in planning and for the revision of successive planning iterations. PlanningForce offers tools that allow comparing data forecasts run at the outset with data re-examined during production, and with data that was actually observed.
Historical data coupled with simulation techniques help you to determine how a project or project category adds to the overall portfolio value. By extension, this technique helps you to define the “ideal” portfolio, taking into account the company’s capacities at any given moment.
Since these can change over the long term, the simulations can be run simultaneously from either side of the optimization puzzle (projects and resources) to increase. gains over the long term.