Automate planning for your entire assortment
Utilise AI to automatically detect seasonal spikes, demand anomalies & promotional uplifts. Dynamically adjust inventory levels for thousands of SKUs with minimal manual intervention – saving time and money.
Responsive forecasting for fast & effective decision-making
Take into account specific demand profiles, emerging trends and key customer orders to quickly build robust forecasts for every item. Instantly explore multiple scenarios to determine the best course of action to fulfil demand on time, in full.
Increase your profitability
Boost sales through better availability as you cut costs
Dynamically replenish inventory throughout your network to guarantee flawless availability on the products that matter most. Automatically apply the optimal inventory policy to attain the best possible level of service as you minimise excess & obsolescence.
Supply Chain Manager | MEON
“We are now much better positioned to anticipate what is around the corner. As a result, availability has increased by 5%.”
S&OP and Supply Chain BP Projects | Desigual
“Slim4 has become an essential tool that is part of our core business”
Wilco van Ittersum
Continuous Improvement Manager | Vivera
“Slim4 is perfectly designed to support flexible planning”
Purchasing Manager | Dassy Europe
“Thanks to Slim4, we have a reliable forecast and a clear picture of the stocks. That is essential in our pursuit of continuous improvement and further growth.”
Managing Director | Springpack
“We carry far less excess and our stock turn has increased to over 4.8; exceeding our original target by 20%.”
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