Customer Stories:


Arcor is a multinational group specializing in three business divisions: food, agribusiness and packaging. It develops leading brands that reach people in over 120 countries. With commercial offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia, Arcor has more than 40 plants in Latin America, employing over 21,000 people and exporting products worldwide.

Arcor Argentina aimed to IMPROVE SERVICE LEVELS AND REDUCE SALES LOSSES in its  caramel cookies line through more efficient order generation and management. To achieve this goal, we developed and implemented a Vendor Management Inventory (VMI) model in the company to align the caramel cookies production with demand. The tool consists of two modules: Demand Forecasting and Stock Policy Management, which provide weekly Sell Out forecasts for over 160 distributors for the entire caramel cookies line, improving forecast frequency and accuracy.

With this tool, ARCOR achieved a forecast precision of 90% approximately, avoiding stockouts in the distribution chain and improving product availability at points of sale for end customers.


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This hospital in Santiago, Chile, is a high-complexity center belonging to the ACHS healthcare network, a non-profit corporation that provides coverage for workplace accidents to over 2.6 million affiliated workers.


Ilumno serves over 100 higher education institutions worldwide, including 70 universities in the United States. Ilumno offers best practices and systems to optimize the administrative functions of universities, providing them with high-quality academic resources and cutting-edge procedures.


We have been accompanying this Spanish giant in the energy sector with solutions for their companies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Panama and Mexico. For Naturgy Panama, we created an Integrated Planning and Management Tool that simulates the entire electricity distribution activity. This tool allows for diagnosing and simulating key variables of the business, such as energy losses, CAPEX, tariffs, distribution margin and financial KPIs.