Global Supply Monitoring - Inbound Monitoring - Outbound Monitoring

Visualization of the supply situation – Bottlenecks, inventory, and shipments are transparent

Monitoring is the transparent, graphical representation of the inventory or supply situation and is able to handle even the most complex supply chains with long lead times in both the order and transportation spaces. The push towards low cost country (LCC) sourcing and the creation of global supply networks has made it extremely necessary to be able to have visibility over your stocks.

flexis Monitoring visualizes the current supply situation with vivid graphical displays. This enables early detection of bottlenecks and supply disturbances in order to avoid special freight costs or downtimes in production. flexis Monitoring ensures a smooth connection between production and parts scheduling, helping the continuance of streamlining processes.

Monitoring of the coverage and availability of parts is an essential step in the sales order process and a prerequisite for increasing process and planning stability. Only through comprehensive overviews of stock and parts availability are supply networks able to become less complex. flexis offers our customers the ability to analyze issues and stock situations in order to intelligently react to disturbances. The planner is able to quickly discern how long current stocks and incoming shipments will be able to cover production requirements or which orders will be affected by bottleneck situations. This allows the planner to take appropriate measures if a disturbance arises to stabilize the production program. flexis Monitoring is able to offer overall transparency while increasing stability and reducing stocks and can be easily integrated with flexis planning solutions.


  • Continuous Transparency of the current delivery schedule
  • Early analysis capability to identify potential bottleneck situations and solutions based off of targeted goals
  • Increased planning stability through visualization of the entire supply chain