Siemens Building Technologies selects Llamasoft for its supply chain design

By Nell Walker
LLamasoft, the global leader in supply chain design software solutions, has announced that Siemens Building Technologies Division has selected LLamasoft...

LLamasoft, the global leader in supply chain design software solutions, has announced that Siemens Building Technologies Division has selected LLamasoft Supply Chain Guru as the standard application for supply chain design. The Siemens Building Technologies Division headquartered in Zug, Switzerland is the world leader in the market for safe and secure, energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly buildings and infrastructures. As a technology partner, service provider, system integrator and product vendor, Building Technologies offers safety and security as well as building automation, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) and energy management.

“We needed a strong modelling technology platform as well as a partner with a global presence to help guide us in building an innovative supply chain design,” said Sven Markert, Senior Vice President Supply Chain Logistics. “With its integrated optimisation and simulation platform and growing community of users, LLamasoft was the best choice for Siemens’ BT supply chain network.”

“LLamasoft is very excited to support Siemens Building Technologies,” added LLamasoft Senior Vice President of Global Sales Bob McFarland. “They are an excellent and well-recognised brand throughout the world and we are eager to partner with them to further improve and extend their supply chain as a competitive differentiator.”

LLamasoft supply chain optimisation software enables companies across a wide range of industries to model, optimise and simulate their supply chain network, leading to major improvements in cost, service, sustainability and risk mitigation. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, LLamasoft is a leader in supply chain excellence and innovation, advancing technology focused on continuous improvement of enterprise supply chains for the world’s largest organisations.

 

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