Company

ORSOFT is one of the leading software and consultancy firms for advanced planning and supply chain management in Europe. ORSOFT employs 69 experts (February 2014), has an annual turnover of about EUR 7,5 million (in 2013) and has been continually profitable since being founded in 1990.

ORSOFT solutions are used in the production planning process and manufacturing industries, for the supply chain management, master data maintenance and multi-resource planning in hospitals. They create transparency about logistical chains and support decisions of planners and managers in accordance with the strategic goals of the user firms. Customers of ORSOFT are medium sized and big corporations worldwide, who mainly use SAP ERP or other leading ERP Software.

ORSOFT supplies high-quality solutions and consultancy services to optimise processes and is an SAP Services Partner of SAP Deutschland. Its customers include Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, BP Refining & Petrochemicals GmbH, Clariant GmbH, Danone Group, Lonza AG, Sachsenmilch AG (Unternehmensgruppe Theo Müller), Sanofi-Aventis Deutschland GmbH, Teva ratiopharm GmbH, Zentis GmbH & Co. KG, ZF Friedrichshafen AG and many others.

Producers that use SAP® ERP as their standard software want to stand out in the market so they can plan and react flexibly or depict special technological restrictions. In order to achieve this they need extensions to an almost identical and generally suitable ERP standard. ORSOFT, as a specialist in the fields of planning, simulation and optimization, supplies such differentiating functions. Based on very quickly to introduce add-on products for SAP® ERP, solutions for simultaneous material and multi-resource planning, as well as for master data maintenance and other SCM and APS-related themes are available.

A close collaboration between development and consultancy at ORSOFT allows the company to respond to individual requests fast with fully maintained standard software. This results in speed, effectiveness, flexibility and creativity.

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