Nulogy and OMP have signed an accord to jointly deliver digital solutions for multi-enterprise connected supply chains in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector. The new partnership allows the two companies to deploy their extensive expertise more effectively to bring value to FMCG brand customers.
OMP Unison Planning™ optimises supply chain operations within an organisation, from sales and operations to logistics and procurement, ensuring the company is aligned on strategic goals. OMP’s solution is trusted by leading brand companies such as Procter & Gamble, Land O’ Lakes, and General Mills.
Nulogy is a purpose-built multi-enterprise platform for contract supplier networks. It enables FMCG brands and their extended suppliers to collaborate seamlessly on a centralised, data-driven, AI-enabled platform. Nulogy is already utilised in the supply networks of leading brands such as L’Oréal, Colgate-Palmolive, and Church & Dwight, as well as hundreds of supplier sites around the world.
“As a leader in demand and supply planning, OMP believes strongly in the power of technology to advance supply chain performance and efficiency,” said Philip Vervloesem, Senior Vice President, OMP USA. “We are excited to work with Nulogy, a like-minded partner with customer communities in common, who also complements our capabilities.”
“Given the speed and volatility of today’s global market, it is more important than ever for brands to collaborate on a frictionless digital ecosystem with their supplier communities,” said Jason Tham, Nulogy’s CEO. “Through our partnership with OMP, we look forward to enabling true end-to-end supply web transparency, as well as next-level supply sensing through modern intelligent systems.”
The new partnership is set to give both companies a fresh catalyst to provide FMCG brands a frictionless cohesive way forward in their digital transformation. Together, Nulogy and OMP are aiming to make the manufacturing, packaging, and delivery processes more flexible and less wasteful.
Benefiting consumers and manufacturers alike, both companies are confident the alliance will result in supply networks that are less susceptible to disruption and provide greater sustainability.