Gartner study recognises FuturMaster Advanced Planning System

By Nye Longman
FuturMaster - a French supply chain management software publisher – has been positioned as one of the niche players in the Gartner January 2016 Ma...

FuturMaster - a French supply chain management software publisher – has been positioned as one of the niche players in the Gartner January 2016 Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning System of Record.

According to Gartner, “The Supply chain planning SOR (Systems of Record) helps to establish a single version of the truth for the supply chain plans, regardless of what the underlying ERP landscape looks like.” In addition, “the supply chain planning (SCP) market was worth $3.65 billion in 2014 and is projected to grow at about 8 percent per year.”

Michel Ramis VP Sales and Marketing at FuturMaster, said: “We know that our heavy R&D investments (counting for 19 percent of 2014 annual turnover) can be a distinguishing advantage to our customers. We have recently started a collaboration with Beijing University (China) on ‘Machine Learning’ and other advanced techniques in predictive analysis.

“We opened a new subsidiary in Brazil, South America in 2015, in addition to our offices in UK, China and Singapore to spread our worldwide presence. We will continue with this strategy and have signed a global strategic partnership with BearingPoint to offer value to our mutual customers. ”

“We are proud to appear among niche players of the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant evaluated for our APS solution. We feel this recognition reflects our continuous commitment to innovation and service quality that our clients benefit from every day.

“This study, which we feel recognises our comprehensive strategic vision and the capacity to deliver, demonstrates the value that FuturMaster delivers today to its customers. Supply chain represents more than ever a real competitive advantage in business performance and an opportunity to create value.”

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