Holisol launches modules to digitalise supply chain

Holisol Logistics has launched PPC (production planning & control) and DAP (dispatch allocation planning) in order to extend its offering into the customers’ manufacturing supply chains. The company has been offering full-stack logistics systems like WMS, TMS, OCFS etc. to digitalise customers’ supply chain.
VERDIS, Holisol’s AI and ML system has added these two additional modules to assist the customers to optimise their production and dispatch planning by analysing demand, sales forecasts, production capacities, rules and planning constraints analysing up to 75m data points to give an output which has helped customers save several millions and precious resources involved in the planning process. Using mathematical model design PPC module runs a simulation, to propose a solution with the highest degree of optimality among the several possible contenders for the final production plan. DAP module of VERDIS performs an analysis of millions of dynamic data points to find the most optimal dispatch allocation plan that is cost-effective and fulfills the sales requirement.
Rahul S Dogar, Co-Founder of Holisol Logistics, says, “With PPC and DAP modules, Holisol has ventured into the manufacturing segment of the supply chain and will continue to build an end-to-end value chain system to help customers digitalise and optimise their supply chains.”