Schneider Electric has announced its first release of SimSci Spiral Suite focused specifically on the Mining, Minerals and Metals (MMM) industries.
MMM businesses can use SimSci Spiral Suite's unique architecture, which has been developed from the ground up as a single unified solution reaching across the pit-to-port supply chain. Specifically designed to eliminate the costly inefficiencies arising from legacy point solutions, SimSci Spiral Suite maximises the value of collaboration across the enterprise.
"SimSci Spiral Suite is a modern enterprise supply chain management solution with in-tool Analytics and Cloud-based distributed calculation enabling rapid analysis of many more scenarios. Its modern, scalable, architecture promotes collaboration across the enterprise and lowers IT cost of ownership. Information can be shared easily between users as all activities are supported within a single application, with a single user interface and a single source of data enabling truly unified planning and scheduling," explained Dr. Harpreet Gulati, Vice President of Trading, Planning & Scheduling, Schneider Electric.
"The result is a solution that enhances collaboration, better explores opportunities, reduces operational risk and the gap between planned, scheduled and actual results. With the introduction of this truly disruptive software to its portfolio, Schneider Electric extends its commitment to offering intelligent solutions that strive to help the MMM industries address key operational issues."
SimSci Spiral Suite will be available for the MMM industries from 30 September 2016.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/product-news/30092016/schneider-electric-introduces-enterprise-supply-chain-software/
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