RADNOR, Pennsylvania, July 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Ten Steps to Evaluating and Buying Supply Chain Planning and Optimization Software helps planning and operations professionals make critical purchase decisions
Quintiq, a global leader in supply chain planning and optimization (SCP&O), announced today the publication of 10 Steps to Evaluating and Buying Supply Chain Planning and Optimization Software. A comprehensive buyer's guide for SCP&O software, the 30-page booklet presents a step-by-step process for creating a project team, researching software options, assessing economic impacts, evaluating features and selecting the optimal product and vendor. The buyer's guide is available via the Quintiq website and is complimentary for qualified professionals.
Ten Steps to Evaluating and Buying Supply Chain Planning and Optimization Software provides clear and simple direction for organizations that have made the decision to invest in SCP&O software and are embarking on the task of making the critical decision on which product will best fit their needs. Readers are guided through each step with key points to consider and questions to ask. The booklet also contains a section on "questions to ask the vendors" and an exhaustive checklist for tracking progress.
"Quintiq is a company committed to advancing knowledge and education for the entire SCP&O industry," said Jeffrey Vail, chief marketing officer at Quintiq. "We're pleased to offer this informative buyer's guide to any organization seeking to improve and optimize their supply chain operations by investing in SCP&O software."
Quintiq's revolutionary supply chain planning and optimization (SCP&O) platform enables enterprises to improve efficiency at every stage of the supply chain journey. It powers end-to-end planning and optimization of personnel, resources, and processes in a single planning environment, across all planning horizons. Many of the world's largest and most successful enterprises rely on Quintiq to achieve their business goals, strengthen their competitive advantage, and create new revenue streams.
Established in 1997 and growing rapidly, Quintiq has a global presence with dual headquarters in the Netherlands and the USA, a global development center in Malaysia, and offices around the world. Quintiq's software is in use at over 500 locations in 78 countries worldwide.