Solutions

Connected Decisions

River Logic allows supply chain leaders to gain the ability to make faster, better, and real optimization decisions, by connecting strategic, tactical, and operational solutions.

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
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.

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Sustainability Strategy
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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.

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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.

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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
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.

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

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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.

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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.

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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

Think Different. Think River Logic.

Simplify & Optimize

River Logic helps companies to solve complex, cross-functional trade-off decisions while optimizing key objectives, like growth, margin, service levels, and more.

End-To-End Perspective

The power of the Digital Planning Twin™ lies in its ability to help companies easily assess a truly end-to-end set of scenarios, not only including the entire value chain but also the product portfolio, sustainability, and the financial outcome in terms of profitability, and the impact of financial policies and constraints.

Easy To Use

With revolutionary interfaces built specifically for business users, anyone from a Data Scientist to a CEO can solve problems without learning to model, enabling higher agility, lower effort, and better understanding of performance drivers.

Real Results

The Results of the Decisions meet CFOs' and P&L Leaders' expectations and information needs as no other vendor does.

Dive Into The Nitty Gritty

The level of detail and intelligence that the Digital Planning Twin™ delivers is unique and enables profit improvement, higher agility, lower effort, and better understanding of performance drivers. The value of a broader view in understanding key actions and their true impacts, managing to margin vs. cost, and the agility to make decisions faster.

Industries We Serve

FAQs

According to Gartner’s survey of our customer base, our biggest differentiator is the unmatched value our customers see from implementing our packaged and custom-built solutions. Some of our customers have seen profit improvements equal to 2-4% of their annual revenue while others have seen a 10-15% reduction in costs.

The Digital Planning Twin™ is a revolutionary platform that helps companies easily assess a truly end-to-end set of scenarios, including the entire value chain but also the product portfolio, sustainability, and the financial outcome in terms of profitability, the impact of financial policies, and constraints.

We have a global network of partners across a wide range of industries. Some specialize in developing custom solutions, some specialize in helping clients implement our solutions, and others offer pure consulting support. To view a full list of partners, visit our Partners page.

One of our major differentiators is time-to-value. Custom solutions take as little as 2 weeks to configure, and our packaged applications take just a few days to set up.

Almost everyone we talk to asks that same question. If you have concerns about your data, it’s best to reach out to our team, so we can better understand your business challenge and determine if you have the necessary data and quality of data.

Sure! We have plenty of happy customers that we regularly use as references. Once we understand what challenges you’re facing and map out a solution, we’ll be happy to put you in touch with someone.

Our Solutions

End-to-End Strategy & Financial Scenarios
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
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
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
Production Strategy
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
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
Inventory planning should be part of the analysis and will guide the supply plans' impact on the inventory position.
Read More
Product & Customer Profitability
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
Consider supplier capacity variations, additions of new suppliers or loss of existing ones.
Read More
Production Scheduling
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
Order Allocation
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

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