FusionOps Announces Release of Supply Chain Intelligence Cloud
FusionOps has announced a new release of the FusionOps Supply Chain Intelligence Cloud that includes new features that help companies leverage and share FusionOps to help them make better decisions to maximize corporate performance.
The new features include open application programming interfaces (APIs) that enable companies to integrate FusionOps supply chain intelligence with enterprise business applications; support for more industry leading software including SAP Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO), JDA, and JD Edwards; and extensive new supply chain content areas.
The FusionOps Supply Chain Intelligence Cloud now offers two new APIs that give IT teams and application developers the flexibility to embed FusionOps’ supply chain intelligence seamlessly into their existing IT landscape. By using these new APIs, developers save a massive amount of time and effort leveraging pre-integrated, correlated, and harmonized supply chain information from a single trusted source.
“Organizations have never suffered from a lack of data, but there has been a dearth of actionable intelligence to drive better business decisions,” said Gary Meyers, CEO of FusionOps. “Our customers rely on the FusionOps Intelligence Cloud as the information source they trust to make better decisions about their supply chain. This latest release advances our goal of making FusionOps available across the enterprise in any application.”
The new REST-based Data API allows developers to incorporate FusionOps’ supply chain information into mobile applications, Apache Hadoop data lakes, and enterprise applications such as Salesforce.com, Microsoft Sharepoint, business intelligence (BI) tools, and desktop visualization tools. Enterprises get the validated FusionOps supply chain intelligence they rely on within their existing enterprise solutions. The REST API utilizes Representational State Transfer, a web services software architecture.
FusionOps Supply Chain Intelligence Cloud provides out of the box pre-built applications across the supply chain, purpose-built to improve supply chain performance. This latest release features 100 percent more analytical models and 50 percent more metrics to help manufacturing companies more accurately understand supply chain performance. The new supply chain content extends existing applications in FusionOps, including production planning, sales, and inventory. There are also additional new analytical areas including master data management and customer/supplier rebates and chargebacks.
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