Inventory Modeler

Inventory management involves storing and managing materials of different types, such as raw materials, work-in-progress items, semifinished materials, and finished goods. Managing an inventory is a crucial aspect for any industry, whether it is a manufacturing company, a wholesale retailer, or a warehouse facility. The cost of managing the inventory can take up a significant portion of the company’s revenue. The primary objective of the company is to develop effective tools that can help determine the optimal inventory levels at all operational levels of the supply chain – from raw materials to finished goods – and to meet the final demand.

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Why Inventory Modeler

Inventory modeler assist the company in determining the optimal order quantity (EOQ) and production quantity (EBS) that can meet the demand while minimizing the total inventory cost. By using advanced mathematical models and algorithms, Inventory Modeler can help identify the right inventory levels and reorder points, reduce stockouts and overstocking, and improve the overall efficiency of the supply chain. Effective inventory modeling can help companies make better decisions, reduce costs, and improve customer satisfaction by ensuring that the products are always available when customers need them.

Deterministic Demand

The demand is assumed to be constant and known with certainty. These models work well when demand follows a fixed pattern and remains stable over time.

Probabilistic Demand

The demand is treated as a random variable with a probability distribution in probabilistic models. These models account for uncertainty and variability in demand

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