Carraro Successfully Deploys i2 Supply Chain Planning Solution to Improve Capacity Usage
“Our customers are looking to implement solutions to overcome business challenges and improve the decision making process and supply chain visibility,“ said Alberto Consani, EMEA senior vice-president, i2. “Using our planning solutions, companies can optimize inventories, production, distribution and transportation to manage planning processes. We look forward to continuing our work together with Carraro and delivering additional bottom line results and supply chain efficiencies.”
About Carraro Carraro is a multinational group, world leader in driveline systems for off-highway and on-road vehicles, with consolidated sales revenues in 2006 of 667 million euros. Organized into five different Business Units – Drivelines, Vehicles, Power Controls, Components and Spare Parts – each focused on a specific product offer, Carraro Group designs, produces and markets integrated drive systems for earth-moving machines, agricultural tractors, material handling machines, light commercial vehicles, passenger cars and stationary applications (such as escalators). The Group, whose holding Company Carraro S.p.A. has been listed on the Italian Stock Exchange since 1995, has registered offices in Campodarsego (Padua), employs over 2,800 workers – of which 1,690 in Italy – and has production units in Italy, Germany, Poland, Argentina, the United States, India and China. Learn more at www.carraro.com.
i2 Technologies GmbH
i2 helps business leaders make better supply chain decisions. i2's flexible new-generation solutions are designed to synchronize demand and supply across ever-changing global business networks. i2's innovative supply chain management tools and services are pervasive in a wide cross-section of industries; 20 of the AMR Research Top 25 Global Supply Chains belong to i2 customers. Learn more at www.i2.com.
i2 is a registered trademark of i2 Technologies US, Inc. and i2 Technologies, Inc.
Press releases you might also be interested in
Weitere Informationen zum Thema "Software":
Fujitsu eröffnet erstes europäisches Digital Transformation Center in München
Wenn der Wille zur Veränderung da ist, die Zeit oder das Know-how für die Umsetzung fehlen, dann muss sich der Weg der Hilfe oder Zusammenarbeit unbedingt ändern. Dies gilt ganz besonders dann, wenn es um die digitale Transformation geht.Weiterlesen