Miebach offers SaaS for our customers for specific use cases not covered by standard Supply Chain Management applications. These solutions can cover a single process - forecasting using AI, Scheduling, planning, dispatching, distributed order management, quality control, management of AGVs, supplier yard management etc. - or the connection of different processes to create a fully digital supply chain.
Our focus is always to solve the client's need as quickly and cost effectively as possible: first by checking for available technology on the market to see if the required capabilities already exist, and if it does not, we look for a customized solution based on predeveloped building blocks.
Maintaining low visibility, segmented, and manual Supply Chains is no longer an option, and off-the-shelf products may not have a good fit - for functionality, time or cost. Miebach's smart digital apps bring a fully customized and agile solution to focus 100% on the specific need of your supply chain with maximum efficiency. Our solutions can be implemented for strategic planning processes, Demand and Supply Planning, tactical planning, and daily operations
- Customized for the specific challenges of your business
- Low initial investments
- Solution will evolve with continuous releases
- Machine learning and AI enable a proactive approach to potential bottlenecks
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...
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...
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...