Carrington Textiles has a reputation for innovation, and continues to introduce exciting breakthroughs and new ideas to meet the most stringent performance requirements encountered in diverse areas such as
heavy industry, light engineering, food processing, retail, distribution, pharmaceutical, healthcare and defence.
The team at Carrington Textiles decided to proceed with AGR Dynamics.
“After reviewing several partners, it was clear that AGR Dynamics understood our complex supply chain, the team at AGR offered the knowledge and expertise to help us step-up our approach to inventory management and financial planning.“ highlights Stuart Pritchard, Supply Chain Director.
Stuart explains: “The advanced forecasting functionality & planning engine within AGR will provide our team with better visibility and accuracy across the group. The ability to look at budgets, margins, and inventory quantities on the one screen is powerful and something I haven’t seen elsewhere in the market. We needed a partner who not only understood our business, but who will also drive us to improve our current process. AGR share our business mind-set and offered the right expertise.”
Adam Cavanagh, AGR Dynamics’ UK Director, said;
“We’re delighted to be working with Carrington Textiles at an exciting stage in their growth. Their exacting requirements for getting to grips with their data, providing greater visibility across the supply chain and automating time-consuming tasks are exactly the challenges we relish.”
AGR Dynamics is a Demand Forecasting, Planning and Inventory Optimisation software based on best practice processes to help businesses manage their supply chain – from the initial product and financial planning to forecasting, reporting, ordering, and allocation through an integrated and highly automated process.
Contact us if you would like a demo of the solution to start eliminating excess costs from supply chains by determining expected future demand and optimising inventory levels to ensure maximum availability with minimum capital tied up in stock.