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Value Chain Optimization

Evaluate physical, commercial and financial factors to optimize different target functions through data-driven scenario analyses.

Solving Complex Supply Chain Decisions Simply

There are countless factors and trade-offs impacting the supply chain across every industry. With our technology, you’ll see the effect of every possible scenario, optimizing toward the decision that brings the best value to not just your operation but your business as a whole.  

Real Decisions. Optimized.

The foundation of our technology is a Digital Planning Twin™ of your business as it exists today. From sourcing and inventory to financial complexities, constraints, KPIs, and other operational data, it is all represented in our Digital Planning Twin™. This allows you to run an infinite number of scenarios. Balancing complex trade-offs and mapping possible solutions all so you can maximize the value of your decision.

End-to-End Strategy & Financial Scenarios
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A truly end-to-end scope includes not only the full value chain, but also the product portfolio, sustainability objectives and the financial impact in terms of profitability and ability to finance the operation.

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Infrastructure Strategy & Capacity Planning
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Infrastructure Strategy and Capacity Planning analysis identifies the best use of existing and potential capacity when comparing supply/capacity with demand changes across manufacturing and warehousing.

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Business Continuity Planning & Supply Chain Risk
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How can you incorporate risk in the Decision-making? BCP is another way to define risk, identify times to recovery and times to survive.

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Sustainability Strategy
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Production Strategy
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Make-versus-buy; acquiring additional production capacity and flexibility are critical decisions in manufacturing networks, especially when they go beyond cost savings.

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Network Design
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We help our customers go beyond the traditional cost-cutting approach to network optimization by considering cross-functional impacts, so they can prioritize long-term resilience against demand fluctuations, process efficiencies, risk mitigation, and more.

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Supply/Inventory Planning
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Inventory planning should be part of the analysis and will guide the supply plans' impact on the inventory position.

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Production Planning
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Product/Customer Profitability
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Supply Chain leaders should create a structured approach to understand the financial impact of serving customers, determine the contribution margin, include the financial drivers as primary variable in the analysis, and understand opportunities based on service capacity.

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Sourcing & Procurement
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Consider supplier capacity variations, additions of new suppliers or loss of existing ones.

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Order Allocation
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Amid demand volatility and high uncertainty, Order Allocation will answer the questions of where you will make it and how you will make it, but in the context of the larger problem you are solving, to support overall strategic goals: SLAs, Profits and cost reduction.

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Production Scheduling
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Production Scheduling describes which activities must be performed in what time frame and how the manufacturing facilities' resources should be utilized to satisfy a production plan.

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End-to-End Strategy & Financial Scenarios
X
A truly end-to-end scope includes not only the full value chain, but also the product portfolio, sustainability objectives and the financial impact in terms of profitability and ability to finance the operation.

Read More
Infrastructure Strategy & Capacity Planning
X
Infrastructure Strategy and Capacity Planning analysis identifies the best use of existing and potential capacity when comparing supply/capacity with demand changes across manufacturing and warehousing.

Read More
Business Continuity Planning & Supply Chain Risk
X
How can you incorporate risk in the Decision-making? BCP is another way to define risk, identify times to recovery and times to survive.

Read More
Sustainability Strategy
X
Production Strategy
X
Make-versus-buy; acquiring additional production capacity and flexibility are critical decisions in manufacturing networks, especially when they go beyond cost savings.

Read More
Network Design
X
We help our customers go beyond the traditional cost-cutting approach to network optimization by considering cross-functional impacts, so they can prioritize long-term resilience against demand fluctuations, process efficiencies, risk mitigation, and more.

Read More
Supply/Inventory Planning
X
Inventory planning should be part of the analysis and will guide the supply plans' impact on the inventory position.

Read More
Production Planning
X
Product/Customer Profitability
X
Supply Chain leaders should create a structured approach to understand the financial impact of serving customers, determine the contribution margin, include the financial drivers as primary variable in the analysis, and understand opportunities based on service capacity.

Read More
Sourcing & Procurement
X
Consider supplier capacity variations, additions of new suppliers or loss of existing ones.

Read More
Order Allocation
X
Amid demand volatility and high uncertainty, Order Allocation will answer the questions of where you will make it and how you will make it, but in the context of the larger problem you are solving, to support overall strategic goals: SLAs, Profits and cost reduction.

Read More
Production Scheduling
X
Production Scheduling describes which activities must be performed in what time frame and how the manufacturing facilities' resources should be utilized to satisfy a production plan.

Read More
End-to-End Strategy & Financial Scenarios
X
A truly end-to-end scope includes not only the full value chain, but also the product portfolio, sustainability objectives and the financial impact in terms of profitability and ability to finance the operation.

Read More
Infrastructure Strategy & Capacity Planning
X
Infrastructure Strategy and Capacity Planning analysis identifies the best use of existing and potential capacity when comparing supply/capacity with demand changes across manufacturing and warehousing.

Read More
Business Continuity Planning & Supply Chain Risk
X
How can you incorporate risk in the Decision-making? BCP is another way to define risk, identify times to recovery and times to survive.

Read More
Sustainability Strategy
X
Production Strategy
X
Make-versus-buy; acquiring additional production capacity and flexibility are critical decisions in manufacturing networks, especially when they go beyond cost savings.

Read More
Network Design
X
We help our customers go beyond the traditional cost-cutting approach to network optimization by considering cross-functional impacts, so they can prioritize long-term resilience against demand fluctuations, process efficiencies, risk mitigation, and more.

Read More
Supply/Inventory Planning
X
Inventory planning should be part of the analysis and will guide the supply plans' impact on the inventory position.

Read More
Production Planning
X
Product/Customer Profitability
X
Supply Chain leaders should create a structured approach to understand the financial impact of serving customers, determine the contribution margin, include the financial drivers as primary variable in the analysis, and understand opportunities based on service capacity.

Read More
Sourcing & Procurement
X
Consider supplier capacity variations, additions of new suppliers or loss of existing ones.

Read More
Order Allocation
X
Amid demand volatility and high uncertainty, Order Allocation will answer the questions of where you will make it and how you will make it, but in the context of the larger problem you are solving, to support overall strategic goals: SLAs, Profits and cost reduction.

Read More
Production Scheduling
X
Production Scheduling describes which activities must be performed in what time frame and how the manufacturing facilities' resources should be utilized to satisfy a production plan.

Read More
Don’t Make Decisions In A Silo

Our intuitive cloud-based approach supports collaborative analysis across teams and analysts, allowing you to eliminate siloed planning and enable data-driven decision-making that considers the entire system. 

Tackle short-, medium-, and long-term decision-making challenges with an end-to-end, holistic view of your supply chain. 

Optimizing Decisions for Real Results at Industrial Materials Companies

In the industrial materials space, River logic supports a variety of use cases—at the strategic layer, we help you plan and design your network to optimize Net Present Value or maximize Profitability. And at the tactical level, we help you optimize production planning, order allocation, and the product mix.

Want to know more? Download our point of view: Optimizing Decisions for Real Results at Industrial Materials Companies.

What People Are Saying

How has our solution helped customers make real, optimized decisions and drive growth for their operation? Don’t take it from us. Hear it straight from some of our current and past customers.