Headquartered in Houston, TX, Stellium partners with SAP and offers unique and strategic services in warehouse advisory/operations/system integration, digital and analytics/decision sciences, information governance and SAP operational excellence. “Our customer-focused initiatives on warehouse excellence are driven with a framework that focuses on the fineness of warehouse by targeting the appropriate levers and metrics to drive change,” affirms Nambiar. The company has a superior information governance practice that helps customers implement policies that everyone will adhere to, providing a baseline for operational expectations. Stellium strives to bring innovation and thought leadership when revolutionizing its focused practices globally.
Stellium offers products based on SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) like, warehouse performance management 360 WPM and mLWM, which provide descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics and also mobility solutions. mLWM is one of the signature products, which is a straight add-on to the SAP Supply Chain Management (SCM-EWM) solution. It is platform-agnostic and helps dramatically improve the speed of warehouse operations—up to 80 percent over paper based and 30 percent over other mobility solutions. WPM 360 is a platform built to measure, monitor, and manage multi-level metrics across major warehouse performance attributes for key business objectives like improving warehouse fill rate, reducing order lead time, improving accuracy, throughput, and productivity.
By being simple and focusing on measurable business value creation, Stellium makes sure that they meet the unique needs of the customers without roping in unnecessary programs. “Our assessments are based on a foundation of simplicity in conjunction with innovative minds and thought leadership. It helps us to stay above the competition,” explains Nambiar.
Stellium has helped many clients make better business decisions, reduce business risks, and improve information governance through its end-to-end solutions. In one instance, the company helped deliver EWM across large CPG major and large auto manufacturer. “We have now partnered with them to roll out our WPM solution that further increases our value to the client and SAP,” says Nambiar. This cutting edge solution also enhances SAP’s EWM by developing inbuilt analytics that enable SAP clients and other companies to monitor and measure their performance on managing critical warehouse tasks.
The company is priming itself for expansion into a more global market. “Stellium’s Lighthouse cloud replatformization using SAP technologies like HANA, Business Objects, and Business Objects Data Service are other major areas where we want to provide real-time scenario analysis, faster response to demand volatility and auto calibration of planning parameters,” concludes Nambiar.