Quantifying Trade-offs in Supply Chain Organizations

River Logic’s mission is to empower business leaders by revolutionizing the way they make decisions today. The power of advanced analytics should be in the hands of the people driving the business, not someone in IT or someone sitting behind a desk crunching numbers.

Therefore, our primary focus is on helping customers increase their performance, decision-making agility and ability to predict business outcomes through flexible, easy-to-digest prescriptive analytics that guide tactical, operational and strategic decision making throughout an enterprise.

With completely code-free optimization capabilities that link every decision to a set of forward-looking financial impact statements, River Logic is able to take companies on the journey from silo’d decision making to end-to-end optimization, no matter where the company stands today.

Typical ROI from implementing River Logic is 15X or greater, with increases in profitability ranging from 2-5% of annual revenue or drastic decreases in cost of goods.


Aaron Berg
VP Consulting Services
River Logic

Aaron Berg, VP of Consulting Services, and his team work closely with River Logic’s partners and customers to sustain value and long-term success of solutions and projects, based on our award-winning technologies. Aaron has over 20 years’ experience leveraging technology to solve business problems, including over 50 client engagements in manufacturing, consumer packaged goods, healthcare, forest products, metals and mining.

Aaron was the original Product Manager for River Logic’s Enterprise Optimizer (EO) products, and has been an integral part of both the product evolution and the market growth. Aaron has also taught business modeling and decision techniques to several hundred management consultants, including firms such as PriceWaterhouse Coopers, SAIC and more across the U.S. and Europe. He also lectures MBA students through Virginia Commonwealth University’s Executive MBA program. Aaron holds an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from MIT.