Supply Chain Management Analytics

Oracle Supply Chain and Order Management Analytics provides organisations with comprehensive visibility into the key factors within the order to cash process and company’s supply chain, including inventory management and finished goods. The solution is also suitably integrated with other applications in the Oracle BI Applications family to deliver robust Supply Chain and Order Management information across the company value chain. For example, Oracle Supply Chain and Order Management Analytics enables better understanding of problem areas in fulfilling certain products, unrealistic inventory levels, specific regions being not receptive to a new product, or a set of customers submitting cancellations in a regular fashion.

Oracle Supply Chain and Order Management Analytics provides hundreds of powerful best practice metrics, alerts, reports, and dashboards to Supply Chain and Order Management professionals and line of business managers, enabling them to gain insight and take appropriate actions. Moreover, Oracle Supply Chain and Order Management Analytics helps reduce the time it takes to generate reports for empowering any level of employee in the organisation. Oracle Supply Chain and Order Management Analytics provide more detailed reporting at a greater frequency and to a broader range of users. Managers and front-line professionals also receive timely information at levels of detail such as by product, geography, region, and customer that allows them to fine-tune strategy and improve performance. Traditional solutions require managers to wait days or even weeks for specific reports. Supply Chain and Order Management professionals and managers across the organisation can monitor performance, analyse specific metrics, and compare them to targets or performance benchmarks. They can quickly spot deviations and take action to correct them before they become problems. Oracle Supply Chain and Order Management Analytics enable analysts to perform drill down analyses on a near-real-time basis to determine how the business is performing. They can also more effectively manage orders that are pending fulfilment, inventory, invoicing, and influencing the concerned department to expedite the appropriate stage in the order to cash cycle.

KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Provide actionable information to conduct intelligent analysis of orders related to regions, products, periods
  • Correlate order information with sales revenues, fulfilment performance and customer loyalty.
  • Measure how effectively the organisation is managing raw materials and finished goods inventories across multiple locations
  • Maximise revenues by ensuring that enough goods are available to fill customer orders while keeping inventory levels and costs as low as possibke