Tag Archives: Aspen SCM

Can Standardization and Customization Co-exist?

When selecting enabling software for supply chain scheduling and planning there are typically two competing forces:  On one hand there is a strong push for standardization, typically driven by the IT organization. On the other hand there is an equally strong need for flexibility and targeted solutions that capture the unique aspects and requirements of …
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Flexibility AND Standardization

Frequently when we work with clients to implement decision support tools for supply chain scheduling and planning, they often have some unique constraint that is essential to model and may be unique to their environment. Some recent examples we have encountered include the following: When producing a batch in a make to order environment, the …
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Aspen SCM (MIMI) Upgrade to version 8.5

Profit Point is helping several large chemical manufacturers upgrade their many Aspen SCM scheduling models with a goal to achieving long term support-ability in the new Aspen architecture of ver 8.5. An Aspen SCM (MIMI) Upgrade is no small undertaking, but we have been helping people manage, support, and enhance their scheduling models for over 20 …
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Why Aspen SCM (MIMI) Scheduling Software is Still Relevant After All These Years

Can Pulling the Plug on a Legacy Application Be Pouring Money down the Drain? It’s expensive to develop new business solutions. If an existing application continues to accommodate your business requirements, and the complete software application platform (licensing, service, and support model) presents a continued value proposition, then why change? What language the code is …
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