Balancing demand and supply: True to this motto, Walbusch Walter Busch GmbH & Co. KG has chosen REMIRA TIA A3 Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) as their planning solution. The previous system landscape hardly met the requirements of the fashion company. In the future, the Walbusch Group wants to use TIA A3 to harmonize and ideally support the processes for the central procurement of all brands.
Collaboration with retailers and suppliers is extremely complex in many industries, but especially in the fashion industry. Especially with a global supply chain, it is difficult for companies to keep track of and monitor the individual production steps of suppliers and their upstream suppliers. This is the only way to identify potential risks such as supply bottlenecks, quality issues or supply chain violations early on and take appropriate countermeasures. In this blog post, we use the example of the fashion industry to explain how you can manage all these unique challenges when working with your suppliers.
Efficiency, structure and standardization of processes in the warehouse: The direction of travel for the fabric expert Hemmers Itex was clear. In 2020, the wholesale company from Nordhorn decided to introduce a warehouse management system to minimize warehouse throughput times and thereby improve delivery times. The choice fell on DILOS, the proven warehouse management system of the software provider REMIRA. By using the WMS, Hemmer Itex was able to improve delivery time and delivery quality by 40%, among other things, and halve the error rate in order picking.
The Italian sportswear brand Northwave has opted for the intelligent sales & operations planning tool REMIRA TIA A3. In the future, the de-mand and supply planning in the development and distribution of high-quality bike and snowboard shoes and clothing will be optimized with the help of the AI software solution in order to further increase the ser-vice level for customers.