Atlas Planning Suite by John Galt Solutions, is a cloud-based supply chain management solution designed to suit the needs of scaling businesses in various industries. Companies in manufacturing, agriculture, industrial equipment, hospitality and travel, medical equipment, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, electronics, high tech, and other can tailor the solution to streamline their sales and operations. The solution can also be deployed on-premise.
Atlas Planning Suite offers an inventory management suite, demand forecasting and replenishing, inventory optimization, supply chain planning, demand planning, vendor managed inventory, and order fulfillment. These features can be utilized as stand alone applications, or integrated into a unified platform. Users can set planning tasks to be completed automatically. Businesses can produce forecasting and plans to manage time allowing efforts to be focused in other areas.
Atlas Planning Suite offers a perpetual license for a one-time fee that includes support via online knowledge base and training packages.
Mary from Aryzta
Specialty: Food & Beverage
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
I'm pretty new to John Galt but have a lot of demand planning experience and experience in other tools such as SAP APO and Manugistics. Overall there are some good things and some not so good things I've found in working with the John Galt system. As far as history loads, cleansing, and statistical forecast generation it seems fairly standard but to I've found it can be difficult to try and manage forecasts at multiple levels. As I am new, a lot of it may be the configuration of the tool rather than the tool itself but I am still trying to sort that out.
- Fairly easy to use
- Easy to customize views
- With regular history, the statistical modeling seems to do a decent job
- Managing model parameters is more difficult and less intuitive than I have seen in other systems
- The database sits outside of our company/our control so trying to troubleshoot data issues is complicated
- There doesn't seem to be a way to group together a subset of items, for example, to update the forecast at once. Without having to create a new hierarchy. If there is a way, again it is no intuitive
- The manual and online help are not very helpful and don't seem to help answer questions I have
Miguel from Factors Groups
Employees number: 501-1,000 employees
DME is a great tool to build forecast numbers, easy to use.
Also have good databases record that helps to do reporting.
Easy to use
Good best fit forecast model
Today is BI time and reporting tool of DME are static. You can get insights going through them.