InterSystems and UST have integrated the UST Omni solution with the InterSystems IRIS data platform to help customers stay ahead of supply chain disruptions. The UST Omni solution now includes new predictive and prescriptive analytics with risk management capabilities that enable intelligent decision execution using the InterSystems IRIS data platform.
Traditional approaches to data management are failing to meet new business requirements. In today’s disruptive supply chain ecosystem, a combination of real-time connected data, self-service, and a high degree of automation, speed, and intelligence represents a powerful competitive advantage. With their partnership, UST Omni, with the new prescriptive insights and recommendations powered by InterSystems IRIS, provide customers with the data driven guidance to address supply chain disruption more accurately and in real-time, leading to optimised business operations. Together, InterSystems and UST are addressing the need for a truly prescriptive solution that enables essential stability of supply chain operations.
“The ability to address supply chain disruptions before they occur based on prescriptive insights is an extremely valuable tool for businesses,” said Keith Pickens, Retail Domain Leader and General Manager, UST. “As one of the most sophisticated, yet streamlined, platforms on the market, InterSystems IRIS brings advanced data analytics within reach, enhancing the capabilities of UST Omni and providing companies with the valuable insights they need to stay ahead of disruptions and fulfil order commitments.”
“Supply chain operations are awash with data that is siloed, dissimilar, and disparate, which makes it very difficult to consume. Combined with the many external supply chain disruptions we face today, effectively leveraging all of this data has become a major challenge,” said Scott Gnau, Head of Data Platforms, InterSystems. “By combining the power of the InterSystems IRIS data platform with UST Omni, we’re enabling customers to overcome these challenges with predictive and prescriptive insights to manage supply chain disruptions in real time, and proactively before they occur.”
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