Using PSIglobal analysis functions, you can identify potential vulnerabilities or potential for optimisation of your supply chain. You are therefore always in a position to monitor defined quality gates or KPIs based on current data.
The visualisation of distribution centres, supplier streams and main procurement activities generates cost-saving consolidation strategies, provides a transparent network analysis, and sets out the main transport activities.
The service level analysis looks at the question of the service period in which the customer is supplied. Agreed or required SLAs can therefore be quickly checked and continually monitored.
To obtain an overview of the regional structure of the logistics network, the system checks which logistics hubs (e.g. service provider site) covers/should best cover which area.
Size and weight per shipment may change over time in a logistics system (atomisation). The shipment structure analysis reveals these structures.
How far away are the warehouse sites from the customers? All transport relations of selected sites are grouped by class and their distances analysed.
Shipment data is examined for seasonal variations to e.g. determine optimal warehouse capacities and strategies.
This function can be used to calculate optimal warehouse stocks for current and future requirements – including safety stock, and average and maximum daily stock per item. This can be done for existing as well as virtually planned sites, to better determine the necessary warehouse capacities, for example.
The monetary value of existing shipments is the main focus. You can conveniently compare your submitted rate bids with this value in the course of the tender process.
This analysis determines the CO2 balance of the transport path.
Many other functions are also available. Full analysis results can of course be presented in tabular and/or graph form for a better overview, and can be exported for further use.
PSIglobal allows you to present key information at a glance in the form of clearly-structured tables, charts or diagrams.
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