Liberty Global Drives Inventory
Accuracy and Supply Chain
Optimization with AIMMS 

70% increase in planning accuracy

Improved budget control and forecasting

Improved ability to quantify results

Developing a demand aggregation tool

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" AIMMS paved the way for a more robust supply chain planning process at Liberty Global and my future aspiration is for it to become the beating heart of our integrated planning capabilities."

Willem Vesters, VP Global Supply Chain Planning.

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Optimizing the company's Network Materials supply chain

Liberty Global has a fairly robust supply chain planning process for managing and installing Customer Premises Equipment (CPE), such as cable set up boxes and modems. However, their Network Materials supply chain lacked an advanced planning process and capability. They needed to gain more visibility into their inventory and overall chain. The need became even more pressing as the company was expanding its network through acquisitions. Liberty Global chose to develop an AIMMS-based demand aggregation application to improve inventory rotation times and demand accuracy.

 

About Liberty Global

Liberty Global is the world’s largest international TV and broadband company with operations in more than 30 countries across Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. The company reaches 29 million customers, has 45,000 employees and reported a revenue of $19.3 billion in 2016. 

 

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