Inventory Intelligence

ParkourSC enables us to do the art of the possible. We are looking to expand into the front end and back end of our processes, giving us complete visibility into our supply chain, so we can understand what conditions our products have moved through, how long they’ve been there, when they’re arriving, and how fast they’re going from one area to the next.


Director of Supply Chain

Takeda Shire

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A Holistic View Of Inventory

Operational efficiency has long been challenged by manual processes, siloed systems, poor visibility, and change. Safety stock and excess capacity act as buffers against volatility but create waste. Today’s supply chains demand richer, timelier data to streamline smarter responses to the actual condition and status of inventory, whether in-house or in your extended network. Fueled by a digital twin with product-level IoT and enterprise data, maintain a rolling understanding of critical materials at every step and stage.

Know At Risk Sooner

Drawing off live IoT data, focus where plan and availability conflict with capacity and need. Target bottlenecks, overstocks, shortages, cycle time, and product integrity.

Understand Implications

Supply chains are not a series of discrete activities. Capture linkages and potential impact on customer experience, network flows, chain of custody, and compliance.

Act With Deeper Insight

Realign resources when experiencing demand or supply volatility. Evaluate downstream repercussions for order promising, allocation, expedites, and rescheduling

Customer Spotlight

The pharmaceutical industry loses $12B each year due to penalties and material waste. Supply chain complexity and regulatory demands heighten chain of custody challenges. IoT supports new levels of insight not just to location, but also to product condition, e.g., temperature, humidity, light, tilt, and vibration.


Annual Savings

A $30B global biopharma firm turned to ParkourSC to capture inventory as it moves through critical stages—in-house and across handoffs originating at donor centers. The material can now be monitored for time out of refrigeration at every step, reducing spoilage, streamlining compliance, and improving inventory turns. They also eliminated manual error-prone processes and are more effectively addressing regulatory requirements. Estimate $8MM in savings annually from reduced retesting, spoilage, and administration.