Control towers are now on the agenda of almost every company. The need for visibility is growing as the supply chains are getting more fragmented and complex. A control tower not only helps you to see what is happening right now in your supply chain, it also gives an outlook of the planned activities in the next couple of hours and days. It enables proactive actions based on AI.

Control towers can be combined with Digital Process Automation to get a fully digitized environment to control your process execution. They can be applied for transport, warehouses, production, copacking, or a global E2E view. Miebach offers the design, implementation, hosting and maintenance.


  • Awareness: Get end-to-end supply chain visibility in real time

  • Interpret & investigate: Understand and harness valuable insights to identify potential disruptions
  • Predict & anticipate: Utilize advanced analytics such as machine learning forecast models for predictions and prescriptions on future volumes and events
  • Resolve: Perform exception management, scenario modeling, and optimization for best actions forward
  • Execute & Achieve: Accomplish goals through a collaborative intelligent response framework
  • Discover: Continuously learn with configured empirical values and learning algorithms, sense description signals and respond with integrated optimization and automation

Further Information

Control Tower: A tool to generate competitive advantages in your supply chain

Whitepaper 18 February 2021, Written by Xavier Farrés and Jordi Valls, Miebach Consulting

Today, supply chains are already considered by a large majority as essential tools for achieving business objectives, as they are elements that generate competitive advantages and provide differential values for companies. And as a...

Supply Chain 4.0: Make it possible with AI and Digital Twin

Whitepaper 19 November 2020, Written by Isabel Morales, Xavier Farrés, Kamel Klibi y Alexander Klaas, Miebach Consulting

The new normal has brought about drastic changes in the supply chain: supply disruptions, different consumption patterns than usual, unexpected growth in e-commerce, pressure to respond more quickly to demand volatility, and last but not...

The Digital Twin in Intralogistics: Increase Planning Accuracy, Leverage Investments

Whitepaper 27 February 2020, Written by Kamel Klibi, Miebach Consulting

Digital Twin for dynamic adaptations and optimizations The complexity of logistics systems is a constant and ongoing challenge in supply chain management. Planning by means of simulation is an integrated approach to secure important...