RAJAUnifying and standardizing distribution networks to expand their offerContact us
RAJAUnifying and standardizing distribution networks to expand their offerContact us
ContextRaja called on Kbrw to help them combine and unify the distribution networks of its 22 subsidiaries, located in 18 different countries, most of which were operating in a largely independent way. The goal was to have an improved overall offer for customers.
ChallengeThe main challenge was business-related, because Raja wanted to standardize order processing within the group and at the same time, incorporate offers from several subsidiaries to develop the potential of multi-subsidiary and multi-site orders.
SolutionThanks to a consolidated overview of available stock and complex ATP calculation rules, the solution enables Raja to present a reliable product offer. It receives the orders placed by customers and redirects them to the most appropriate distribution centre, which is chosen according to a number of management rules imposed by the group and any constraints their customers may have.
OutcomeThe solution has enabled the offer presented to customers from the different countries to be significantly expanded. It has also shortened lead times and made them more reliable, and optimized the use of the group's resources. The group is now planning to use the solution to develop its flexibility through new services.
ContextRaja called on Kbrw to help them combine and unify the distribution networks of its 22 subsidiaries, located in 18 different countries, most of which were operating in a largely independent way. The goal was to have an improved overall offer for customers.
ChallengeThe main challenge was business-related, because Raja wanted to standardize order processing within the group and at the same time, incorporate offers from several subsidiaries to develop the potential of multi-subsidiary and multi-site orders.
SolutionThanks to a consolidated overview of available stock and complex ATP calculation rules, the solution enables Raja to present a reliable product offer. It receives the orders placed by customers and redirects them to the most appropriate distribution centre, which is chosen according to a number of management rules imposed by the group and any constraints their customers may have.
OutcomeThe solution has enabled the offer presented to customers from the different countries to be significantly expanded. It has also shortened lead times and made them more reliable, and optimized the use of the group's resources. The group is now planning to use the solution to develop its flexibility through new services.
Key project features
Consolidated overview of stock
Order splitting
Preparation for delivery
Orchestration of orders directed to the different preparation sites
Management of multi-site and multi-brand orders
Key project features
Consolidated overview of stock
Order splitting
Preparation for delivery
Orchestration of orders directed to the different preparation sites
Management of multi-site and multi-brand orders
RAJAUnifying and standardizing distribution networks to expand their offerContact us
RAJAUnifying and standardizing distribution networks to expand their offerContact us
ContextRaja called on Kbrw to help them combine and unify the distribution networks of its 22 subsidiaries, located in 18 different countries, most of which were operating in a largely independent way. The goal was to have an improved overall offer for customers.
ChallengeThe main challenge was business-related, because Raja wanted to standardize order processing within the group and at the same time, incorporate offers from several subsidiaries to develop the potential of multi-subsidiary and multi-site orders.
SolutionThanks to a consolidated overview of available stock and complex ATP calculation rules, the solution enables Raja to present a reliable product offer. It receives the orders placed by customers and redirects them to the most appropriate distribution centre, which is chosen according to a number of management rules imposed by the group and any constraints their customers may have.
OutcomeThe solution has enabled the offer presented to customers from the different countries to be significantly expanded. It has also shortened lead times and made them more reliable, and optimized the use of the group's resources. The group is now planning to use the solution to develop its flexibility through new services.
ContextRaja called on Kbrw to help them combine and unify the distribution networks of its 22 subsidiaries, located in 18 different countries, most of which were operating in a largely independent way. The goal was to have an improved overall offer for customers.
ChallengeThe main challenge was business-related, because Raja wanted to standardize order processing within the group and at the same time, incorporate offers from several subsidiaries to develop the potential of multi-subsidiary and multi-site orders.
SolutionThanks to a consolidated overview of available stock and complex ATP calculation rules, the solution enables Raja to present a reliable product offer. It receives the orders placed by customers and redirects them to the most appropriate distribution centre, which is chosen according to a number of management rules imposed by the group and any constraints their customers may have.
OutcomeThe solution has enabled the offer presented to customers from the different countries to be significantly expanded. It has also shortened lead times and made them more reliable, and optimized the use of the group's resources. The group is now planning to use the solution to develop its flexibility through new services.
Key project features
Consolidated overview of stock
Order splitting
Preparation for delivery
Orchestration of orders directed to the different preparation sites
Management of multi-site and multi-brand orders
Key project features
Consolidated overview of stock
Order splitting
Preparation for delivery
Orchestration of orders directed to the different preparation sites
Management of multi-site and multi-brand orders