So here we are at another work week’s end. Hope you’re all dug out and warm by now. And hey, looky there! Accuweather says it’s supposed to get up into the 30s the next week and the 40s the week after that! Hey, sounds great — with all this snow there’ll be massive flooding! Okay, enough with the Eeyore act, on to the tech news…
LLamasoft, the Ann Arbor supply chain design software developer, Wednesday released Data Guru, a desktop data productivity tool that enables business analysts and supply chain modelers to connect to all of their different data sources in a single window, apply transforms in a powerful visual interface, and publish the resulting intelligence to any application or reporting environment, including LLamasoft Supply Chain Guru.
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So what’s the latest from the wonderful world of science and technology on this fine Thursday morning, when I hope to see you at Lawrence Tech? Well, here goes… * First of all, here are links to […]
The Ann Arbor supply chain design software provider LLamasoft Tuesday announced the release of K2 Enterprise, a new technology platform, offered both on-premise or online.
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The Ann Arbor supply chain design software developer LLamasoft Inc. Tuesday announced the release of version 8.0 of its Supply Chain Guru and Transportation Guru software.
The Ann Arbor supply chain design software developer LLamasoft Wednesday announced what it called a “significant breakthrough” in inventory optimization technology that helps companies better understand demand variability, leading to proper levels of safety stock and a healthier overall business.
LLamasoft Multi-Objective Optimization Gives Businesses Holistic View of Trade-Offs Across Multiple Objectives
The supply chain design software developer LLamasoft this week introduced what it called multi-objective optimization technology that enables businesses to analyze the trade-offs between multiple supply chain objectives for faster, more informed decision making.