With much enthusiasm, we would like to welcome our newest client, a pioneer in revolutionizing research, health and wellness. This company prides itself on putting the customer first and believes success is dependent on big and bold ideas.
“This highly promotional, event-driven, and price-sensitive demand creates much excitement for our implementation team as it lines up with some of the new forecasting models we have in the works here at Vanguard. This collaborative effort will breed a new level of industry-leading forecast accuracy with the least amount of human intervention,” said Neal Goffman, COO at Vanguard.
Pioneering Health and Wellness Company to Implement Vanguard Predictive Planning
The mission-driven health and wellness company wants to improve healthcare and prevent disease by giving individuals the control over their own health data. By increasing the speed at which research moves, the vision for better, smarter, and more effective drugs can be developed.
Among many features, what drew them to Vanguard Software were our:
- Workflow capabilities
- Reporting tools
- Collaboration Hub
Vanguard Software’s next generation demand planning has advanced support for demand sensing, which requires software that can ingest and analyze a large volume of data: many times, from multiple sources. These sources could include but are not limited to POS data, ship-to/warehouse data, social data, and weather. Vanguard delivers time and time again.
If you would like to see Vanguard Predictive Planning in action, schedule a demo with us today.
About Vanguard Software
Vanguard Software introduced its first product for decision support analysis in 1995. Today, companies across every major industry and more than 60 countries rely on the Vanguard Predictive Planning™ platform to reduce overstocks, optimize inventory distribution, reduce supply costs with an agile platform based on advanced algorithmic modeling. Based in Cary, North Carolina, Vanguard Software makes every supply chain more resilient through better forecasting, scheduling, and replenishment.