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LiDestri Foods Case Study

LiDestri is a premier private label and proprietary brands contract manufacturer of food, beverages and spirits, supplying over 40 million cases of product each year.

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LiDestri was tracking all demand management activities on spreadsheets and entering data manually into a Planning System. The process was very manual, cumbersome to manage and had potential to introduce errors. The manual process also meant there were no automated reports in place. LiDestri needed to improve demand management with visualization and sophisticated, automated reporting.

The CSS Approach

With help from CSS, the company compared the Oracle on-premise solution, Demantra, which they owned but had not implemented, to Supply Chain Cloud. That exercise drove the business case to select Oracle’s Supply Chain Cloud solution over Demantra. The implementation leveraged standard integrations of Supply Chain Planning Cloud with EBS release 12.1.3; and the solution was rolled out to 6 facilities in 4 states.


Their integrated footprint included Supply Chain Cloud and an on-premise, hosted EBS instance including, EBS-OPM key modules and ASCP.  Not only did LiDestri modernize their solution footprint but they saved on implementation and recurring costs by implementing Supply Chain Cloud, reducing annual support costs and total cost of ownership. They also eliminated spreadsheets and manual entry that had greater potential for error.

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    Lower total cost of owership

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    Cleaner, easier to navigate interface

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    EBS/ASCP Interface development

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    Integrated demand management processes

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    Lower administrative requirements

The combination of Supply Chain Cloud and Oracle E-Business Suite will provide a powerful solution that is and will continue to drive savings across our supply chain. With help from CSS, we identified a road map and integration that will vastly improve processes.

John Matrachisia, Chief Information Officer