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A pivot table is a very useful tool in Excel that has been around for years. It gets its name from the fact that it gives you the power to pivot or turn data in different ways to get different and perhaps more enlightening perspectives on it.
Microsoft claims there are over a billion people using Office. Excel is a key part of Office for those billion people. It is especially key for planners. We get it. In fact, import and export to Excel has always been a big part of our user interfaces. But let’s move beyond that. What if you could use Excel exclusively as your user interface?
⇒ Identify the Weak Links in your Supply Chain
Check out the latest feature of risk management window to identify where your supply chain risks are. Using Adexa’s Supply Chain Planning module or Plant Planner module, you can now see where the weak links are in your supply chain as far as capacity as well as material is concerned. Examples are bottleneck resources that are expected to delay certain orders, suppliers who are at high risk to deliver, materials that will cause delays. Contact your Adexa account representative or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
⇒ Using Adexa on the Run
Did you know that you can run your supply chain while on the road? Get relevant messages by exception, authorize or make changes in the plan, check out your KPIs of interest, and control your S&OP process all with the convenience of using your own digital personal devices.
⇒ Predictive Analytics
The latest version of Adexa software contains over 300 KPI’s that can provide insight into almost every aspect of your operations from finance to operations to demand and supply issues. The exceptional feature of Adexa Predictive Analytics is that not only it looks at past data but more importantly it uses the supply chain model to examine expected future data. Thus it can warn the users in advance with the expected supply chain issues and prevent potential undesired events.