Huddersfield-based supply chain and logistics consultancy, SCALA, has announced a new ongoing partnership with global supply chain software developer LLamasoft.
The partnership gives SCALA and its clients access to LLamasoft’s cutting-edge supply chain modelling and decisioning technology. With the help of experienced consultants, the technology empowers businesses to accurately visualise their supply chain and navigate the challenges of rapidly changing market conditions, driving tangible value in the form of cost savings, improved service and reduced risk.
LLamasoft’s software is widely recognised as an industry leader, with 23 of Gartner’s Supply Chain Top 25 businesses and more than 50% of the Fortune 100 currently using its technology to model, analyse and optimise their complex supply chains.
The software will enhance SCALA’s ability to support its clients in improving their ongoing decision-making, helping them to predict and manage how external and internal forces - such as tariffs, Brexit, evolving customer expectations and a desire for sustainability - will impact their supply chain.
With ambitious plans for international growth, the partnership will also enable UK-based SCALA to compete with global consultancies for major strategic projects, both domestically and across Europe.
John Perry, managing director at SCALA, commented: “Modelling and analytics software is one of the most important tools when it comes to helping businesses make informed decisions regarding their supply chain and logistics networks, and ensuring they are resilient to future business changes.
“Given its position as the industry-leader in supply chain modelling technology, we are delighted to be partnering with LLamasoft. The software will not only improve our modelling capabilities and enhance our offering to current clients, but will also help to solidify our growing reputation as an international consultancy.”
For more information, visit https://www.scalagroup.co.uk/logistics-optimisation/logistics-network-design/
"Given its position as the industry-leader in supply chain modelling technology, we are delighted to be partnering with LLamasoft."
John Perry, managing director at SCALA
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