Reduce and rightsize inventory
Excess and obsolete inventory turnover weakens manufacturers’ competitive edge by increasing operating costs and decreasing margins
Rightsize supply chain inventory levels without doing the heavy lifting by using advanced machine learning analytics.
Confidently make inventory reduction decisions without uncertainty.
Utilize unmatched inventory control methods
LeanDNA’s automated prescriptive analytics solution was designed for buyers to quickly identify opportunities, streamline cross-team collaboration, with actionable, prioritized recommendations to right-size inventory in their supply chain
Recommendations at your fingertips to help eliminate excess and obsolete inventory
Enhance cross-site visibility into inventory opportunities
Analyze current & incoming materials
Decrease obsolete & excess inventory
Quickly identify inventory reduction opportunities
LeanDNA’s unified platform operationalizes cross-site data to provide a comprehensive visualization that displays purchased inventory reduction opportunities.
Discover ways to free working capital and track progress by measuring inventory burnoff.
Production readiness reports updated daily
By leveraging LeanDNA’s automated reports, users are able to identify the gap in projected and potential inventory levels with recommended actions they can take immediately to rightsize material levels.
Track inventory reduction progress with recommendations on how to continuously improve and track progress on the impact of excess & obsolete inventory.
- Inventory reduction actions
- Plan for every part (PFEP): inventory optimization
- Inventory burnoff progress
Prescriptive inventory opportunities
- Excess to sell report
- Cross-site analytics
- Rightsizing safety stock through ABC / XYZ analysis
Using LeanDNA’s Plan for Every Part, the platform has identified $87 million in cost savings opportunities for our quarterly goals which is a huge amount of capital freed.- Antoine Plouvier, Director of Global SI&OP, Material Management & Digital Operations at Carrier