Supply Chain Management

Playing to win requires an agile, responsive, demand-driven supply chain that can embrace complexity and variability without compromising performance.

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is what you need to synchronize cycles of demand, supply, and product – so that your supply chain can rapidly get product to customers wherever they are, and/or find new manufacturers or suppliers with the available capacity to handle pent-up demand. Whether your direction is upstream or downstream, the result is an adaptive supply chain that helps you win customers and market share while improving revenue and profitability.

AL ASILA offers best-in-class, high-performance solutions utilized by the world’s leading manufacturing firms, logistics and distribution companies, and retailers to fuse the demand chain with the supply chain. It ensures your ability to forecast demand; take an order; give an accurate promise date; source and manufacture the right goods; position inventory properly; pick, pack, and ship efficiently; and do this all while maintaining a minimal finished goods inventory.

 

Warehouse Management System

As part of SCM, delivering an order that is complete, accurate, on time, and in perfect condition can mean the difference between winning customers for life and losing them forever.

Warehouse Management is what you need to plan, execute, monitor, and optimize your complex inventory requirements, so that customers are assured of having the desired product at the right place, at the right time, in the right combination. It enables end-to-end fulfillment from order inception to order shipping, making it possible to fulfill the promise of the perfect order.

  • Inventory Management: Inventory accuracy and visibility: multiple units of measure, lot control, catch weights, and more.
  • Labor Management: Employee performance and productivity: labor management, real-time performance measurement.
  • Work and Task Management: Optimization and interleaving of distribution functions: grouping of work orders and locations into batches and waves.
  • Yard Management: Coordination of yard movement with receiving and order fulfillment: visibility into inventory sitting in trailers.
  • RFID for Distribution: Compliance and automated shipping and receiving: tracking the movement of goods with Radio Frequency Identification.
  • Billing: Billing accuracy and service: fulfillment billing charges and costs.