Adexa delivers intelligent enterprise business planning and performance management solutions that link strategic planning, financial planning and supply chain planning. In this synchronized environment, the financial impact of planning decisions, and their ramifications on the enterprise, are known in advance to ensure profitable operational decisions are made every time. The end result is an innovative enterprise, able to proactively adjust to changing market conditions and support growth and capitalization. Adexa’s unique approach has the intelligence to detect supply china risk and self-repair and improve itself. Adexa is the only supply chain company that has Attribute-Based Planning ® capability.
Adexa has the most comprehensive planning solutions in the industry. Its solutions combine Sales and Operations Planning, supply chain planning, plant planning and sequencing, ATP/CTP, Network optimization, demand planning and Multi Echelon Inventory Optimization all combined in a unified data model unique to Adexa
Founded in 1994 by Dr. Cyrus Hadavi, who continues to serve the company as CEO and Chairman of the Board. Adexa has at its core comprehensive planning, modeling and collaboration technologies, designed to bridge the gap between enterprise stakeholders, geographic locations, customers and supply chains. Adexa assists with the identification of strategic objectives, plans the supply chain to meet them, executes against the plan, then monitors and measures progress using hundreds of key performance indicators. Inherent event management capabilities enable managers to proactively deal with issues before they grow into problems through the use of KPI reports, alerts and messages. The impact of Adexa solutions can be measured with financial markers such as improved revenues, profitability and ROI.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Adexa has international offices across Canada, Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Adexa’s global customer base includes hundreds of Fortune 2000 industry leaders including; General Motors, Hitachi, Johnson & Johnson, Seagate, Hanes, Maytag, Philips, Morton Salt, Boehringer Ingleheim, Siemens, Boeing, Unilever, Schlumberger, Boeing, Panasonic, Toshiba, TSMC, Sharp Rainbow Chicken, and AMD.