Timogen Introduces Automated Decision Management Software

Timogen Systems has introduced its new offering for the emerging market of automated decision management. The Timogen Decision Manager (TDM) is a cross-enterprise software solution that helps manufacturing companies identify and resolve supply chain problems intelligently across an extended-enterprise supply chain network. Developed to resolve the challenges enterprises face as they struggle to meet both customer demand and maintain their own financial objectives, TDM alerts users to glitches and unplanned events in the supply chain and then provides users with the analysis and advice to apply the appropriate resolution. The new Timogen Decision Manager (previously called Timogen Adaptive Controller) expands the alert-notification functionality with the addition of analytics, optimization-based advice and recommended actions. On-line modeling tools are incorporated into TDM to ensure proposed solutions align with business goals. The modeling tools allow users to simulate a proposed change to see its effect over time before initiating action. These modeling tools, along with TDM’s other analytic capabilities, allow users to project and maintain the long-term health of the supply chain. TDM integrates business processes across systems and companies, complimenting ERP and legacy systems to bridge the gap between supply chain planning and execution solutions. Timogen users establish "trigger points" along the supply chain, which are measured off of inventory-related data gathered by TDM. When an unplanned event occurs, an alert is posted and TDM provides the information needed to determine if the situation is transitory or if action is required. The solution provides both tactical decision support and operational decision support through an integrated product platform and packaged solutions.

For more information, visit www.timogen.com.

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