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Enabling Agile: How Hexion uses Sales and Operations Execution to Enable Business Transformation

Agile has traditionally been used for software product development, however, it can also be applied as a key enabler for supply chain transformation. Hexion, a global specialty chemical company, has applied Agile to improve supply chain processes, driven by Sales and Operations Execution (S&OE), across 45 global production sites.

Production Optimization for Commodity Polymers

Close the gap between planning and execution by improving asset utilization and ensuring efficient and sustainable manufacturing processes.

Production Optimization for Specialty Chemicals

Close the gap between planning and execution by improving asset utilization and ensuring efficient and sustainable manufacturing processes.

Specialty Chemicals

AspenTech solution enables producers to expand differentiation, accelerate innovation and drive profitable growth across complex, market-facing businesses.

Bulk Chemicals

AspenTech enables producers to improve cost competitiveness, reduce operational risks and increase return on capital across their most complex assets.

Aspen Plant Scheduler with Aspen Mtell® Integration

Combine machine learning and advanced sequence optimization algorithims to build the plant of the future.

Smart Calibration

AspenTech's Smart Calibration allows you to boost productivity and increase performance by creating accurate production sequences utilizing feedback loops.

Goals versus Actuals

Real-time visibility to production targets and key performance indicators

Aspen Schedule Explorer

Aspen Schedule Explorer provides flawless operational execution by aligning teams via a common collaborative hub for better proactive decisions.

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Enabling Outstanding Customer Service: Monitoring Inventory and Avoiding Stock-Outs

Maintaining optimal inventory levels to achieve outstanding customer service sounds simple enough, but the timing of customer shipments can have a huge impact on plant storage tank inventory levels.

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