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Invista expands use of Zemeter Demand Planner software
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Apr '08
Supply Chain Consultants, designer and supplier of the Zemeter suite of supply chain management (SCM) software products, announced that INVISTA Performance Surfaces and Materials, part of one of the world's largest integrated fibers and polymers businesses, has selected Zemeter Demand Planner to manage the overall accuracy and financial health of its supply chain.

INVISTA Performance Surfaces and Materials provides innovative solutions for INVISTA's global surface-focused segments including residential and commercial flooring, area rugs and home and hospitality; its automotive-focused segments such as airbags and automotive flooring; and its industrial nylon offerings including seatbelts, luggage, and a wide array of military product offerings. Consumer brands include STAINMASTER carpet, ANTRON carpet fiber, SOLARMAX fabric and CORDURA fabric.

“We needed a demand planning tool to enable the creation of a detailed and reliable plan that takes into account the wide variety of variables that can impact our day-to-day business decision-making,” said Tony Gehringer, North America supply chain manager for INVISTA Performance Surfaces and Materials. “Zemeter Demand Planner ensures all of the various functions involved in the planning process are working with exactly the same information.”

Zemeter Demand Planner software helps users maximize margins and provides a process to quickly manage demand, supply disruptions or special events. Zemeter is a sophisticated tool for evaluating planned changes to markets including sourcing patterns, capacity, transportation and distribution. Additionally, it interfaces seamlessly with INVISTA's SAP ERP system.

“We are very excited and pleased to have signed on a second INVISTA business unit for our Zemeter Demand Planning solution,” said Sujit Singh, Supply Chain Consultants' chief operating officer. “We believe INVISTA Performance Surfaces and Materials has both the complexity and variability that our demand planning software was designed to manage.”

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