Rulex Releases AI Software for Self-Correcting Supply Chain Data

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A new release out of the company reports, “Rulex Analytics today introduces Rulex (SC)2 (‘SC Squared’), a new software solution for self-correcting supply chain data, and a beta user program for early adopters. The (SC)2 beta program enables supply chain enterprises to rapidly prove the business value of the solution with their own data, and with existing skills. The first program participant, one of the world’s largest manufacturers, has already recognized potential planning productivity improvements of 40% or more, and anticipates similar benefits throughout their supply chain.”

The release goes on, “Supply chain data errors cost global manufacturers billions of dollars in lost sales, increased transportation costs, idle inventory overhead, and service agreement penalties. And, conventional corrective solutions are struggling to keep pace with the rapidly growing volume, variety, and velocity of supply chain data. ‘As the supply chain evolves to the Network of Networks, data errors will become more common, and their impact will be more widely felt across the business and beyond it,’ observed Lora Cecere, Supply Chain Insights Founder and CEO.”

The release adds, “Rulex (SC)2 uses artificial intelligence to identify, explain, and correct data errors in the supply chain, from raw materials input through product distribution. Guided by supply chain planners and other business experts, Rulex (SC)2 automatically finds past data errors, teaches itself how to identify and correct such errors, and then uses that knowledge to correct new errors in live supply chain data, in real time, before they can negatively impact production or fulfilment.”

Read more at PRWeb.

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