Industry Leaders Rely On E2open

Below are the industry leading companies that count
on E2open to help manage their mission-critical supply chains.

Businesses recognize that effective supply chain operations are the key to sustainable competitive advantage and shareholder value. E2open works with the world’s largest manufacturers and brand owners across a variety of industries to deliver a highly responsive, integrated network of partners, based on accurate, actionable information.

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ExxonMobil

ExxonMobil

AkzoNobel

AkzoNobel

AkzoNobel, a leading global paints and coatings company and a major producer of specialty chemicals, chose E2open’s Demand Sensing and Multi-Enterprise Inventory Optimization solutions to improve demand predictability and reduce inventory across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The company also selected Multi-Enterprise Demand Sensing to use point-of-sale data to further reduce forecast error, improve customer service and cut inventory.

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Lenovo

Lenovo

Lenovo partnered with E2open to design and build a strategic, cloud-based solution for seamless information sharing, process management, and collaborative exception management. By leveraging E2open’s solution, Lenovo now has direct control of strategic components purchasing regardless of where its finished products are produced using automated procurement processes from a single hub in Hong Kong. Lenovo also works with E2open to integrate its physical and digital networks with the goals of eliminating manual intervention, reducing costs, and extending value to partners quickly and seamlessly.

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Shell

Shell

Shell is the first oil and gas company to recognize that it could sense demand much like a pure-play consumer products company. E2open provides Shell with Demand Sensing and Multi-Enterprise Inventory Optimization globally for its lubricants business. Combined, the solutions enable Shell to improve forecast accuracy and reduce excess inventory which, in turn, improve working capital use and free cash flow.

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Seagate

Seagate

Seagate uses E2open to enable various collaborative, multi-enterprise processes such as demand-driven replenishment, supply and demand planning, and B2B integration with customers, suppliers and distributors.

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Avon

Avon

Avon partners with E2open to enable cloud-based collaboration across its highly volatile, short-cycle supply chain. Avon uses E2open’s collaborative order management and supply planning solutions to communicate demand changes to suppliers in a timely, efficient, and responsive manner.

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Campbell Soup

Campbell Soup

Campbell Soup, a global food company best known for its iconic Campbell’s brand, makes a range of high-quality soups and simple meal, beverages, snacks and packaged fresh foods. Campbell’s invested in E2open’s Demand Sensing solution to improve its near-term demand projections and selected Multi-Enterprise Inventory Optimization to cut unnecessary inventory while providing high customer service levels. 

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Church & Dwight

Church & Dwight

Church & Dwight is a leader in the Household Consumer Products and Personal Care industry, with such brands as ARM & HAMMER, Trojan, First Response, Nair and more. Church & Dwight uses E2open’s Demand Sensing and Inventory Optimization solutions to more accurately predict and respond to consumer demand. 

ConAgra Brands

ConAgra Brands

ConAgra Brands is one of North America’s leading branded food companies. ConAgra implemented E2open’s Multi-Enterprise Demand Sensing solution to improve short-term forecast accuracy, reduce inventory and improve cash flow.

Coriant

Coriant

Coriant is an industry-leading supplier of dynamic metro-to-core transport solutions. We serve over 500 customers globally, including 90% of the world's top 50 service providers. Our packet optical, edge router and Software Defined Networking (SDN) solutions enable mobile and fixed line operators to reduce network complexity, increase service velocity, and improve resource utilization as transport networks scale in response to a new generation of high-bandwidth services and applications. E2open provides Coriant with Supply Chain Planning and Risk Management solutions.

Exostar

Exostar

Exostar selected E2open to provide the software that powers the Exostar Supply Chain Solution providing its customers a Mult-Enterprise Platform to execute demand/supply synchronization, order management and inventory management processes with their global supply chain.

Extreme Networks

Extreme Networks

Extreme Networks uses E2open’s S&OP Platform to better align its demand and supply plans internally and externally with suppliers and customers. In turn, the company is realizing better predictability, better cash spend and better customer success.

General Mills

General Mills

General Mills uses E2open’s Demand Sensing solution to improve forecast accuracy. A more accurate prediction of demand enables better planning, lowers inventory and manufacturing costs, and improves service levels. 

Kellogg's

Kellogg's

In 2012, Kellogg chose E2open's Demand Sensing to lower inventory across the supply chain and to better serve customers with a more responsive network. Changing business dynamics, including trade promotion and a strong focus on innovation, increased the need for a better forecasting product that accurately reflects current market conditions. As a result of Demand Sensing, Kellogg achieved 40 percent reduction in forecast error. Kellogg’s initiatives to become more demand-driven have been recognized by retailers, earning it a spot in the Kantar Retail US PoweRanking 2015 report as a top 10 supplier.

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Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark implemented E2open’s Multi-Enterprise Demand Sensing solution as part of its journey to become more demand-driven. The solution provides the company with better visibility into real-time changes in demand and improves forecast accuracy. Over the last 5 years, Kimberly-Clark has achieved an average reduction in weekly forecast error of 35%.

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Microsemi

Microsemi

Microsemi adopted E2open’s S&OP solution to facilitate better collaboration and forecasting, and to reduce inventory. The company can now forecast on exception basis, giving them the ability to see exceptions where products missed their forecasts and determine why. As a result, they have reduced inventory by 37%, increased on-time delivery, and improved lead times by more than 20%.

Mondelēz International

Mondelēz International

Mondelēz International, a global snacking powerhouse and leader in biscuits, chocolate, gum, candy and powdered beverages, uses E2open’s Demand Sensing and Transportation Forecasting solutions to improve forecast accuracy and supply chain efficiency.

Panasonic

Panasonic

Panasonic uses E2open to integrate with global supply chain partners for execution of customer and distributor processes.

Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble’s supply chain is consistently recognized as one of the world’s best and has been highlighted in the Masters Category of the Gartner Top 25 two years in a row for its sustained leadership. Procter & Gamble has deployed E2open’s Demand Sensing to roughly 75% of its global business and has also selected Multi-Enterprise Demand Sensing, Inventory Optimization and Transportation Forecasting. The company uses E2open’s products to delight customers, improve supply chain performance and create value with trading partners. As a Demand Sensing pioneer, Procter & Gamble was one of the first companies to implement Multi-Enterprise Demand Sensing, leveraging downstream data like point-of-sale (POS) to better understand customer demand and quickly respond to sudden shifts in demand. Its commitment to customer service sets the standard for performance, with retailers voting Procter & Gamble the top supplier in Kantar Retail’s US PoweRanking 2015 report.

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Unilever

Unilever

Consumers worldwide buy 170 billion Unilever products each year in more than 190 countries, so getting an accurate picture of consumer demand at all points of sale can be a daunting task. In 2009, Unilever went live with E2open's Demand Sensing for retail products in the U.S. Within the first year, Unilever saw a 40 percent reduction in forecast error and was able to reduce several days of inventory. By having the right item in the right place at the right time, Unilever also lowered costs of expedited shipments and transfers between distribution centers. In 2010, the company signed a global agreement for E2open's Demand Sensing and Multi-Enterprise Inventory Optimization. Unilever’s supply chain was ranked number one in the Gartner Top 25 for 2016 and retailers ranked Unilever as one of the best suppliers in Kantar Retail’s US PoweRanking 2015 report.

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Vodafone

Vodafone

Vodafone adopted E2open SaaS products to power the Vodafone eHub Supply Chain Platform for global spend management, demand-supply synchronization and order management processes.

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Walgreens Boots Alliance

Walgreens Boots Alliance

Walgreens Boots Alliance, the largest retail pharmacy, health and daily living destination across the USA and Europe, selected E2open to enable Sales & Operations Planning for its Global Brands supply chain. They are using E2open Demand Planning, Supply Planning, Inventory Optimization, Supplier Collaboration and S&OP to help synchronize critical sales, production, and financial plans to better anticipate and respond to changing global conditions.