about ddom software compliance

  • Demand Driven Operating Model (DDOM) compliance is intended to ensure  that a software not only is DDMRP compliant but also has enough features to implement, sustain and improve a full DDOM implementation.

  • The DDI evaluation process is FREE OF CHARGE to software entities.

  • The three compliance categories were written in such a way that it ensures compliance to the method but allows open space for competitive differences, creativity and innovation.

  • Software that is deemed to be compliant will be allowed to use the DDI compliance logo for the categories in which it is compliant.

  • After two years the software must go through re-evaluation in order to continue to use compliance logos.


Look for the DDI Compliance Logos!


ddom software compliance criteria

Component 1: Additional DDOM Modeling

  • The software must be able to declare identified resources control points or drums.

  • The software must be able to place time buffers at defined points in routings and/or in advance of resource activity.

Component 2: Demand Driven Scheduling

  • The software must offer finite capacity scheduling for control point resources or sets of resources.

  • The software must be able to tie the finite scheduling of control point resources to order due dates and/or net flow priorities of stock buffers.

  • The software must synchronize material release dates, times and quantities in relation to the control point schedules including allowances for time buffers.


Component 3: Demand Driven Execution Requirements

  • The software must track order progression against time buffer penetration and control point schedules.

  • The software must allow for reason code collection at buffers for outlier events.

  • The software must display detailed capacity loading for all resources.

  • The software must display or connect the stock buffer status that an order is progressing toward.


ddOM compliant Add-On Applications

The following software applications have successfully completed the DDI DDOM Software Compliance Process.  While they are not ERP systems most of these add-on applications have interfaces designed specifically for a particular ERP system or multiple ERP systems.  If your ERP system is not DDOM compliant contact these providers to see if they might be the right fit for you.



Developer: Demand Driven Technologies

Languages: English, Chinese, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Spanish (LATM), Turkish

Deployment: Cloud and On-Premises

Website: https://demanddriventech.com


Developer: Camelot ITLab

Languages: All common languages

Deployment: Cloud & On-Premises

Website: http://www.camelotleansuite.com/



Developer: ForgeFlow S.L.

Languages: English and Spanish: Other languages by request

Deployment: Cloud and On-Premises

Website: https://www.forgeflow.com/demand-driven

Contact: Jordi Ballester


DDMRP for Dynamics

Developer: SHEA Global (in partnership with B2Wise)

Language: English, French, Italian, Spanish and other languages by request

Deployment: Cloud & On-Premises

Website: https://sheaglobal.com/ddmrp-2/ddmrp-for-dynamics/

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OpenValue DDMRP

Developer: OpenValue Consulting

Language: English and Italian

Deployment: Cloud and On-Premises

Website: openvalue.cloud

Contact: info@openvalue.cloud


ddom compliant ERP Systems

The following ERP systems have embedded DDOM features and functionality.  They have successfully completed DDI's DDOM Software Compliance Process.