27-05-2020
  • AGILEA and its partners

APICS Portland Chapter partners with Agilea, Inc. to introduce to the Demand Driven MRP methodology in this 1-hour DDMRP workshop featuring also a presentation of the Flow Simulation Game.

19-05-2020
  • News

Discover our two brand new certifications: SD Green Belt et SD Black Belt

11-05-2020
  • Events

After creating transparency in the value chain and identifying the wealth of the value chain, it will now be the stake of qualifying customer demand. Certainly the most critical task for our supply chain managers.

05-05-2020
  • Events

DDP Online class This class is proposed ONLINE - with 5 WEBINARS of 3 hours + 1 simulation Game in OPTION DATES: 18 & 25 JUNE - 2, 9, 16 JULY + SIMULATION on 17th July

24-04-2020
  • Case Study & Testimony

Third article to go into detail about our restart methodology focused on 6 priority actions. After creating transparency in the value chain (article available here), our supply chain managers must take the time to assess the material resources of their supply chain so that they may find some good surprises.

26-05-2020
  • News

The fifth article of our series to be prepared for the Supply Chain's restart around six priority actions. After qualifying customer demand, it's time to set up a common (demand and production) process to optimize the capacities used in the complete supply chain. (S&OP: Sales and Operation Planning)

15-05-2020
  • Events

AGILEA Group will be part of the BIO Digital event as a speaker thanks to our partner Business France!

06-05-2020
  • News

Third article to go into detail about our restart methodology focused on 6 priority actions. After creating transparency in the value chain (article available here), our supply chain managers must take the time to assess the material resources of their supply chain so that they may find some good surprises.

01-05-2020
  • News

182 participants within one month from multiple environments!

22-04-2020
  • Case Study & Testimony

Transparency & visibility during the restart phase This new normal is now mandatory. As explained in the previous article, it will impose new economical & social behaviors. Let’s be focused on the key actions for the Supply Chain managers. We defined 6 main actions to set up in the global value chain to recover the activity. The first step is to create transparency in the full value chain, what does it mean?