AI Insights and Visibility Across the Global Supply Chain

C3 AI Inventory Optimization Demo

C3 AI Inventory Optimization provides real-time global visibility across all inventory and uses AI to optimize inventory, improve service levels and maximize OTIF performance.

Demonstrated Benefits

20-50%

reduction in inventory levels and holding costs

15-30%

decrease in shipping costs

10-20%

Improvement in service levels and OTIF performance

Next Generation AI-based Supply Chain Operations

Pain Point
C3 AI Inventory Optimization Solution

Inability to view global supply chain in real-time

Full supply chain digital twin exposes all types of inventory in real-time.

Excess raw material and parts inventory

AI-based optimization recommends reorder parameter changes (e.g., safety stock)

Demand forecasts not granular enough

Part-level demand forecasts learn from actual historical variability in consumption

Cannot view part-level impacts nor explore BOM

Bill of Materials (BOM) exploration with part-specific service level details expose inefficiencies

Poor On-Time-In-Full (OTIF) delivery performance

AI-based lead time predictions and configurable alerts for projected late orders and supplier deliveries to meet OTIF targets

Disparate and unconnected supply chain systems

Bidirectional integration with existing ERP and MRP systems support closed-loop action and feedback

Customer Viewpoints

Scott Parent
Scott Parent

Scott Parent

VP, Enterprise Engineering & Technology

“What the teams found is ingestion is happening about 80% faster with about 1/10 the resources”

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Jim Hannan

Jim Hannan

EVP, CEO Enterprises

“There’s no question that C3.ai has capabilities we haven’t seen before, with something that gives us a platform to drive enterprise AI.”

Henry Chang
Henry Chang

Henry Chang

Vice President, 3M Connect

“We’ve been engaged with the C3.ai team to figure out better processes and make user-friendly applications that enable our data scientists to draw insights and conclusions to drive outcomes.”