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Order Availability, Processing, and Allocation

Rethink your order process. Optimize operations. Enhance customer satisfaction.

What is Order Availability, Processing, and Allocation?

Since the time they were introduced into the supply chain industry the concepts of order availability, promising, and allocation have gone through tremendous changes. The rise of digitization has made it imperative for suppliers to commit to the customer’s order requirements — including order specifics, allocation prerequisites, and requested dates. Businesses need to cater to disparate systems while meeting order and allocation demands — coming from affiliates like Amazon or retailers like Walmart — and still have a single tool for order management. To ensure that your order process delivers on your customer’s expectations, you have to address these aspects:

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Load times

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Affiliates & Retailers

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Inventory

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Supply & Demands

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Process, Methods, & Strategies

Benefits

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Accelerated order process time

Our solution enables suppliers to integrate the order system with that of their affiliates and retailers, hence completing the order process in a short period of time.

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Reduced costs

Our solution helps reduce training and maintenance costs by digitizing scheduling and sequencing, enabling the system to do it automatically.

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Reduced errors

Our solution enables enterprises to pull specific pricing and currency for specific customers directly from the system, ensuring zero data errors unlike outdated manual processes.

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Enhanced collaborations

Our solution is designed to promote standardization, portal harmonization, and an increased ability to do business with the implementation of processes and methods for order management, as well as relevant strategies.

Intrigo Advantage

Intrigo enables a fully digital process for order availability, promising, and allocation. Using strategies such as GATP (Global Available to Promise), CTP (Capable to Promise), and allocated ATP (Available to Promise), we enable end users to get allocations separately from the supply chain allocation of the B2B environment.

What Intrigo Provides

  • Integration of the order system with affiliates and retailers
  • Specific pricing and currency to specific customers
  • Processes and methods for order management
  • Implementation of strategies such as GATP, CTP, and allocated ATP

Our implementation methodology

  • Assess current order process
  • Establish methods and remodel
  • Incorporate strategies
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Resources

Pete Mangan, CFO at Oclaro, describes the business challenges his team was facing and how Intrigo was able to help with its expertise in SAP IBP, Ariba, S/4, and MII.

At the 2018 SAPPHIRENOW/ASUG conference, Oclaro's Senior Director of Global IT, Steve LeFevre, shares how collaborating with Intrigo was the key to their implementation of SAP S/4 on a global basis.

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