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Aerospace Manufacturers Select Ultriva with End to End Pull

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Ultriva, Inc.
1601 S. De Anza Blvd.
Cupertino, CA, 95014
USA



Press release date: December 17, 2013

Ultriva is continuing expansion with deployment for a new aerospace components company. The Aerospace Industries Association, the premier trade association representing the nation's major aerospace and defense manufacturers, works with 300 major aerospace and defense companies and their suppliers are members of the association, embodying every high-technology manufacturing segment of the U.S. aerospace and defense industry from commercial aviation and avionics, to manned and unmanned defense systems, to space technologies and satellite communications. Ultriva works with many of these leading manufacturers and suppliers and sees great expansion in 2014 likely in areas addressing civil aviation, space, national security, international and procurement and finance.

Known as a pioneer in Kanban solutions, Ultriva CEO Narayan Laksham and the team of technology solutions professionals at the Cupertino-based firm are strongly advocating that aerospace component manufacturers integrate with the demand side to streamline the supply chain. This process is "End to End Pull" replenishment, also known as E2E Pull.

Laksham expanded, "This is clearly a paradigm shift compared to the constant focus on improving the planning or forecasts using better and superior algorithms. The primary goal of the E2E Pull process is to schedule manufacturing production based on customer demand instead of forecasts while raw materials and components usage at the manufacturing facilities should drive replenishment to the upstream supply chain. This is also known as consumption driven replenishment or electronic Kanban loops."

Ultriva is experiencing rapid growth in aerospace with the wide adoption of E2E Pull globally. Underlying the E2E Pull process is real-time collaboration with the customers and suppliers. On-premise solutions, like MRP and ERP, do a great job for inside the four walls of business. E2E Pull is best-suited outside the four walls of business which is why aerospace component manufacturers are adopting the consumption driven replenishment solution. New features in version 7.6 address some of the specific aerospace sector demands. Ultriva has deployed this type of solution across many large multi-national customers worldwide. For more information, visit http://info.ultriva.com/ultriva-version-76.
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