Quintiq's Supply Chain Planning and Optimization (SCP&O) solution is designed to help businesses manage their planning and job scheduling activities.
The solution helps to manage production, logistics, or the workforce, spanning from strategic, to tactical, to operational. Quintiq's Supply Chain Planning & Optimization works to support the needs of businesses, no matter the industry, size, or functionality requirements. The planning interface allows departments to collaborate and communicate common goals.
Quintiq offers a variety of features to monitor the management of supply chains, including optimization capabilities. Its real-time planning environment includes a propagation engine that calculates and visually displays the consequences of potential or real-time changes and events. This Scenario Planning can help businesses visualize the effect of certain changes before these changes are put into place.
Simon K. Especialidad: Bienes de consumo Número de empleados: 51-200 empleados
I like the ease of access and function of this product. While it was not applicable to all of my operations, this software was user friendly when I needed it to be.
The only con I had was the limited use I had of this product. This is not a reflection of the product itself, but of my operational needs.
Jonathan M. Especialidad: Automatización industrial Número de empleados: 10.001+ empleados
An average quality software at a premium price. Not the best quality/price ratio.
Nice commercials and adds
Has some potential but I would think twice before deciding on this
Poorly implemented features
An interesting concept with serious limitations
A steep learning curve for both managers and developers
No version control (some control was recently introduced with 5.5 but is very very unstable un hard to use)
The provided pieces of training are very poorly made, longwinded and with many mistakes
The Community is totally non-existent - and motivation to get involved in it is very low
The certification system is unprofessional and lacks consistency from top to bottom
Questionable development strategy