Recognition based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute
GAINS, the advanced supply chain and inventory optimisation solution, has been recognised by Gartner as a 'Visionary' in the Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning (SCP) System of Record (SOR).
GAINS is positioned in the Magic Quadrant as the highest for 'Ability to Execute' within the Visionaries quadrant, which we believe is a testament to its industry-leading R&D investments.
"Companies often cite our innovative approach when selecting GAINS, and it’s an honor to be recognised by Gartner, the leading industry analyst firm, as a one of the top Visionaries as measured by Completeness of Vision,” said Bill Benton, CEO of GAINSystems. "Our customers value our technology, domain expertise and customer focus which consistently delivers high value and measurable results to manufacturers, distributors, repair operations and retailers around the globe.”
This recognition comes as GAINS’ momentum as a rising force in the market accelerates. The software's expanded product footprint and substantially increased international presence are driving rapid growth.
As the report highlights, SCP SOR is “an area that Gartner finds many companies are investing in to provide a strong foundational planning layer on which to subsequently build their more differentiating and innovating capabilities.”
GAINS is known for its holistic, single-solution approach that empowers customers to concurrently plan across forecasting and demand, sales, inventory and operations planning (SI&OP), as well as inventory and replenishment optimisation. By applying powerful stochastic models and genetic algorithms to dynamically optimise complex supply chain interdependencies, error and variability, GAINS ensures customers achieve their service levels while maximising margins and/or minimising costs.
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"GAINS is known for its holistic, single-solution approach that empowers customers to concurrently plan across forecasting and demand, sales, inventory and operations planning (SI&OP), as well as inventory and replenishment optimisation."