Alloy named to Food Logistics’ 2020 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers

Date Posted: December 16, 2020


Food Logistics, the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food supply chain, has named Alloy to its 2020 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers list.

The annual FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers honors leading software and technology providers that ensure a safe, efficient and reliable global food and beverage supply chain.

“This pandemic has thrown the food industry a curveball, but many of these providers fast-tracked the development and deployment of their solutions to ensure food safety, traceability, visibility and quality assurance. So, to these winners and others in the industry working to make a difference, thank you!”
-Marina Mayer, editor-in-chief of Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive

We’re proud to help food and beverage brands manage their supply chains to prevent waste and reduce out-of-stocks. Our real-time control tower gives Ferrero USA the visibility to achieve a 7X ROI from reducing spoils at just a few key retailers. Dairy Farmers of America, our newest partner, is using Alloy to upgrade POS analytics and break down silos across sales and supply chain to avoid spoilage and minimize OTIF fines.


The biggest supply chain challenges facing the industry

With today’s supply chain complexity, changing course when demand shifts or supply is disrupted requires a lot of coordination. Time is of the essence, but the gap between planning and execution slows you down as reality inevitably deviates from plan.

When unexpected changes occur, teams struggle to pinpoint where in the supply chain problems are occurring, identify solutions and respond quickly. And the resulting costs are familiar: lagging service levels, unforeseen charges, unhappy customers. Particularly with perishable food and beverages, mistakes and delays can lead to millions in waste a year.

The problem is, supply chains aren’t equipped to make use of the overwhelming amount of data needed to efficiently prioritize issues, align with partners, decide on the response and ultimately take action. You’re often making do with only an incomplete and outdated understanding of demand and supply. It’s either move forward with only part of the picture, or risk moving too slowly.


Alloy for Supply Chain

Alloy for Supply Chain is a predictive control tower built for consumer goods companies. Our solution empowers insight-driven decisions and fast adjustments across teams by delivering end-to-end visibility and real-time alerting for supply chain management. It works by integrating and analyzing retail POS, e-commerce, orders & shipments, plans, forecasts and inventory from internal and partner systems in real time.

Deploying on top of your existing systems, Alloy software enables teams to prioritize problems based on business impact and respond accordingly. We make it easy to regularly adjust plans in response to consumer demand shifts and better anticipate inventory needs at warehouses as well as retailer stores and DCs.

Alloy supports food and beverage brands’ journeys from firefighting to proactively responding to risks and strengthening customer relationships.

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