Anaplan for Supply Chain

Empowering value-based decision making in supply chain management

Anaplan Parner Gold Anaplan Channel Partner of the Year 2019


In today’s fast-paced market, supply chain leaders need to make timely, value-based decisions so they can respond quickly to shifts in demand and customer needs. When value is king, margins are optimized and profit is maximized.

Anaplan for Supply Chain takes a holistic approach to supply chain management enabling real-time visibility across the network, creating the ability to sense and drive demand, and facilitating a dynamic, collaborative S&OP process. Forecasts improve. Information walls are broken down. Connections are built. And achieving business goals becomes the rule instead of the exception.

Anaplan for Supply Chain

Typical Anaplan for Supply Chain Use Cases

  • Supply Chain Planning
  • Demand Planning
  • Trade Promotions Planning
  • Sales & Operations Planning
  • Procurement Planning
  • Production Planning
  • Capacity Planning
  • Statistical Forecasting


Magnus Tagtstrom, Senior Director of Supply Chain Optimization
Circle K

One of the clear benefits that I see is the forecast accuracy—this has helped us have the right stock level throughout all our sites.

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Our team of Anaplan Certified Consultants are on hand to support you throughtout your Anaplan journey, partnering with you every step of the way from initial project definition right through to deployment and beyond.

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Consensus Demand Plan

A view of the key metrics associated with the consensus demand plan; Revenue, COGS, GM as well as inventory and contributions from new products.

Production Planning

Planned production is calculated from the inventory required, safety stock and historical average run rates. By feeding in a shift schedule, crewing utilization can be calculated, and gaps identified.

Capacity Planning

A view of the forecasted demand, planned production and stock cover. Each SKU has specific key metrics, including the cycle of production. Here, we see cycle of production every 4 weeks before depletion.