IBS wins Supply-Chain Council Award for SCOR performance software
IBS has received the Supply-Chain Council European Award for "Development Excellence" for developing and launching IBS Business Intelligence - a stand-alone software product for managing and analysing enterprise and supply chain performance based on the SCOR model. The award was delivered to IBS recently at the European Supply Chain World Conference in Düsseldorf.
"There is a strong demand for this type of software", comments Magnus Wastenson, CEO at IBS. "As far as I know, IBS is the first software vendor to fully integrate and utilise the SCOR model in this type of business application. It enables our customers to get an efficient and coherent measurement and benchmarking across their whole supply chain, regardless of which ERP or supply chain software used".
The Supply-Chain Council is a global organisation, aiming at improving the supply chain efficiency of its practitioner members. The SCOR (Supply Chain Operations Reference) model is designed to improve users’ efficiency and productivity by offering uniform definitions and an international reference database for supply chain performance. The model is organised around management processes, such as Plan, Source, Make, Deliver and Return, and has a proven track record of significant process optimisation and cost reduction. The SCOR model is widely used by large international corporations in industries where supply chain management is crucial.
"For a number of years, IBS has developed strong solutions for supply chain management. The latest software from IBS, Business Intelligence, is an advanced business performance tool that benefits our members and other users of ERP-solutions based on the SCOR model", comments Jo Vegheim, MD of the European Supply-Chain Council.