Global engineering and product development digital services company Tata Technologies has partnered supply chain major, US-based Logility to offer digital supply chain solutions to its customers worldwide.
The move, according to the two companies, is driven by the need for industry to mitigate the effects of supply chain disruptions such as tackling supply-demand uncertainties, and maintaining continuity in the near term.
Agility and resilience of supply chains along with proper demand planning are crucial for better transparency and concurrency companies to win in the marketplace. This collaboration is expected to further augment Tata Technologies’ strong digital transformation capabilities across the product development value chain and strengthen its portfolio of supply chain solutions to address business challenges of the manufacturing industry.
According to Warren Harris, MD and CEO, Tata Technologies, “Tata Technologies with a vision of ‘engineering a better world’ enables the manufacturing industry to design, build, manage and realise better products. Through this global collaboration, we aim to further accelerate our customer’s digital transformation journey by offering targeted digital supply chain solutions that leverage our intimate understanding of the manufacturing industry and Logility’s solution portfolio.”
Keith Charron, COO, Logility said, “Our collaboration with Tata Technologies will help businesses accelerate their digital transformation goals to achieve agility and resilience in their supply chains. We are excited to work with Tata Technologies and leverage their deep domain knowledge of the manufacturing industry to expand our global presence and help manufacturers address their supply chain challenges.”
The Logility Digital Supply Chain Platform leverages a blend of AI and advanced analytics to automate planning, accelerate cycle times, increase precision, improve operating performance, break down business silos and deliver greater visibility. The SaaS-based platform transforms sales and operations planning (S&OP) and integrated business planning (IBP) processes; demand, inventory, and replenishment planning; global sourcing; quality and compliance management; product life cycle management; supply and inventory optimisation; manufacturing planning and scheduling; retail merchandise planning, assortment and allocation.