How o9 Solutions is Increasing Supply Chain Visibility

An alliance between o9 Solutions and Resilinc means clients can benefit from greater visibility into their multi-tier supply chain networks

o9 Solutions is already recognised in the supply chain space as a leading provider of integrated planning software. 

When it comes to supply chain visibility, its strategic partnership with Resilinc – a supply chain mapping, disruption sensing and resiliency analytics company – is something of a game-changer.

It's a collaboration that enables joint clients to monitor their n-tier supply network to sense upstream risks, determine impacts and propagate them across their extended supply chain.

N-tier suppliers are defined as suppliers that exist beyond an organisation's tier one (contracted) suppliers, forming the network of companies that provide tier one suppliers with goods or services they need to deliver their own goods or services.

“In today’s volatile business environment, it's crucial to have visibility into all aspects of the supply chain to mitigate risks and have the ability to understand the impact of multi-tier risks and prioritise actions accordingly,” explains Tanguy Caillet, Executive Vice President of Global Partnerships and Strategic Sales at o9.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Resilinc to enable extended supplier collaboration capabilities to the o9 platform, allowing clients to gain better visibility into their multi-tier networks.”

Clients to benefit from greater visibility

Founded in 2010, Resilinc collects supply chain risk data, including a validated supplier network that has been mapped down to the sub-tier, part-site and commodity level.

This multi-tier supply chain data can easily integrate with o9’s multi-tier impact and mitigation analytics solution, and significantly extends o9’s digital supply chain twin and risk management capabilities.

The alliance between o9 Solutions and Resilinc means clients can benefit from greater visibility into their multi-tier supply chain networks, allowing them to detect risks earlier, run and evaluate different what-if scenarios, and make data-driven decisions.

It also enables users to mitigate risks through closer collaboration with their vendors, prescribe corrective actions and run resolution scenarios to minimise disruptions – ultimately leading to higher service levels and more reliable inventory availability information.

Fred Brown, Chief Revenue Officer at Resilinc, adds: “By partnering with o9, Resilinc is able to bring our best-in-class risk-monitoring capabilities, along with our supplier-validated multi-tier mapping data, to o9’s Supplier Collaboration solution.

"This alliance will provide customers with even greater visibility into their sub-tier networks.

“With this data and visibility, customers can understand the impact of a risk event to production, margin and top-line revenue, allowing them to make swift, data-backed decisions when disruption strikes.

"We’re excited to partner with o9 to provide even greater value to our joint clients."

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