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P Preactor International


Preactor International is a world leader in production planning & scheduling software used by a wide range of businesses. Frequently integrated with ERP, MES and Supply Chain Management solutions, Preactor’s technology is used by more than 3000 small, medium and large multinational companies located in 67 countries. Preactor has established partnerships with more than 400 companies located around the world to provide local expertise to support the implementation of the solution for each company. These 1000+ accredited professionals offer a key resource working closely with users to ensure each company’s unique requirements are met.


Preactor offers a family of applications ranging from mid- and long-term capacity planning to detailed scheduling and is translated into 30 languages. Preactor runs on industry-standard hardware, operating systems and databases. With 17 years of expertise in production planning and scheduling technology, 3000 companies as users, more than 10,000 licences installed and an extensive partner network offering local expertise and support, Preactor International offers global companies with a proven solution and the global resources for the execution of multinational projects.


Technology sector


Finite Capacity Scheduling (FCS), Advanced Planning & Scheduling (APS), Supply Chain Scheduling (SCS), Graphic Master Production System (GMPS).


Market sectors served


Food & Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Electronics, Healthcare, Chemicals, Heavy Industry, Glass & Ceramics and Automotive. Countries served


Over 67 countries worldwide – global expertise, locally delivered. Website: www.preactor.com


lanning Corporate Profile


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December 2010


MANUFACTURING &LOGISTICS


IT 25


Corporate Profile


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