Trinamix Demand Driven

Material Requirements Planning

Reinventing planning to align customer demand


Material Requirements Planning (MRP) was first developed in the early 1960s. During the 1980s, MRP further evolved into MRP II and extended into sales and operations planning (S&OP) in the 1990s. Later, MRP was integrated into main business functions, serving as the framework for current Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. Since the time of MRP’s technological advancement, it has become the backbone of Manufacturing Software Systems.

DDMRP is the most recent evolution of Material Requirements Planning (MRP), which has changed the way you plan your supply chain. It provides the best approach for protecting and promoting the flow of materials and information with a multi-echelon planning and execution method, eventually helping increase the return on investment.

Solution Overview

Over the last ten years, value chains have grown in length and complexity as companies expanded globally in pursuit of margin improvements. Even though they operate in a world where disruptions are commonplace, intricate production networks have historically been built for cost, efficiency, and proximity to markets rather than for resilience or transparency.

Trinamix DDMRP provides the framework for reacting and responding while dampening the up-and-down effects of disruptive forces on the supply chain. This demand-driven approach gives the ability to formally plan multi-echelon with the highest/greater flexibility to satisfy customer demand and unleash the full potential of productive capacity. It continuously adapts to changing scenarios, such as transit time, lead time, and demand impact due to external factors, creating synchronized and efficient plans that reduce the need for re-planning, firefighting, and production waste.

Trinamix Resilient Demand Driven is a one-of-a-kind solution that embraces all breakthroughs in AI, ML, and predictive analytics to configure, optimize, respond, and offer execution visibility emphasizing all benefits of the DDMRP methodology.

Key Features

Provide the adaptive demand-driven approach in an uncertain and volatile world
Globally scalable for scrambling up growth with supply chains
Optimization to reduce transportation cost, achieve higher discounts and maximize coverage
Multi-echelon perspective to enhance the overall value chain
Collaboration to improve agility, reduce bullwhip effects, and organize supply chains more effectively
Process management aligning all business processes with organizational strategic goals
Improve service level through automating supply chain management processes
Synchronize supply with demand to reduce inventories
Increase output on bottleneck resources to improve revenue
Incredibly quick in reacting to the demands of modern warfare
Improve ROI and cash-to-cash cycle
Unlock the full potential of the supply chain by protecting the flow of information and material
Powerful visual indicators highlighting relative priority
A mapped business playbook for aligning supply chain strategies, priorities, and interdependencies
What if scenarios and simulations to establish confidence for small changes
Straightforward and Intuitive solution for a complex problem
Make informed decisions through scenario planning, helping identify ranges of potential outcomes and impacts
Prescriptive analytics on dynamic adjustments
Eliminate waste and bottlenecks across the network, causing production and shipping delays, high costs, and backlogs of orders
Monitor and improve performance by tracking various operations and events and identifying the areas for improvement
Align plans with business strategy to manage their global business environments and gain a competitive advantage


  • 40% inventory reduction to eliminate excess products, free up warehouse space, save money, and increase profits
  • 100% on-time delivery to keep delivery performance and supply chain efficiency in the organization at par
  • 200% inventory turns improvement to eliminate products with lower turnover ratios to improve the company’s inventory turnaround
  • 80% lead time improvement to remove unnecessary tasks, waste, and waiting time from different processes
  • 20% customer service improvement by exceeding their expectations
  • Fast Implementation with 8-12 weeks typical timeframe
  • 40% planner availability to reduce time spent on repetitive planning activities and more time on tactical and strategic decisions
  • 100% easy and Intuitive with color-coded priority and demand-driven approach to provide visibility and prioritize the orders
  • 90% obsolescence reduction to remain competitive and profitable while incurring huge capital expenditures when a product or service is outdated