NEO: The Intelligent Agent for Your Business
NEO is your all-knowing supply chain assistant, continuously identifying, monitoring, analyzing and resolving problems to help you achieve autonomous supply chain management
What is NEO?
NEO is the brain behind the Sentient Business Network. He’s your all-knowing supply chain assistant, continuously identifying, monitoring, analyzing and resolving problems so you can focus on the important issues. NEO gathers information from across your entire business network and analyzes and optimizes business processes and resolves issues. His capabilities include autonomous forecasting, replenishment, sourcing, transportation optimization and much more. He works in the background and with users to constantly find and fix issues. NEO knows, learns and acts to keep your supply chain and your business network running optimally.
With today’s global complex supply chains involving thousands of SKUs and product variations, partners and channels, manual planning and management are just not effective nor scalable. Yet to run efficiently, companies must continually monitor and synchronize supply to demand, adjust forecasts, recalculate orders, inventory levels, and select optimal transportation modes. That’s where NEO can help.
NEO Brings Machine Learning for Your Supply Chain
NEO starts out smart and gets smarter. NEO has accumulated wisdom from across the network, across companies and a variety of scenarios. He collects and analyzes information from across the network, from internal and external systems and data streams, to fine tune his decision-making process to deliver increasingly effective results.
How NEO Can Help
He monitors conditions across the network, identifies problems and can modify or generate transactions as needed, optimizing processes such as demand planning, replenishment and transportation. NEO runs in real time, monitoring and managing. You can use him as is or program your own NEO to perform custom tasks. Some of the typical jobs NEO performs:
- AI forecast management
- Last minute allocation
- Supply allocation
- Order forecast promising
- Order promising
- Transportation optimization
- Demand translation
- Multi tier material planning
- Multi tier capacity planning
- Door and capacity optimization
- Order and shipment prioritization
- Optimized execution
- Inventory planning
- Production planning
- Warehouse optimization
- Time phased projections
- Self learning
Feeds planning engines with the information they need to make decisions, in real-time
Gathers information from transactional execution processes, learning what methods work when, and incorporating these in similar scenarios
Surveys events in the supply chain and automatically respond to issues with the most effective resolution
Considers the cost of change, and incorporates the least disruptive and most efficient changes, optimizing the entire supply cycle
Find Out More About NEO
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