Global footprint and delivery concepts for optimizing service, inventories, and costs.
Operating a supply chain at peak efficiency used to be the key to success. However, fluctuating customer demand and shifting requirements put a strain on past attributed models as the need to combine efficiency with agility and responsiveness are required to stay ahead and competitive.
A Supply Chain Design fit for today’s business environment revolves much more around the customer than previously, which requires a customer-oriented setup that balances services, costs and inventories to create value for all parties involved.
Global setup of factories, supporting functions, and warehouses to optimize your service, costs, and cash flows. Is your footprint ready for next-gen digital commerzing?
And how to foresee and reduce risks from disruptions in your supply chains and/or from competitors?
Translate service objectives into dynamic and decisive inventory models throughout your supply chain. We support you in balancing your cash to be as active and demand driven as possible - increase your stock turns substantially. Segmentations of markets and material characteristics combined with market insights and statistical models will be your reference on how to decide & deploy your availability to serve effectively.
Implementation on effective 'order to cash' processes with organisation and compentences to support those effectively - including correct balance between centralized process framing and decentralized ownerships & ongoing improvements. Our viewpoint is to create as agile and locally owned process ownership as possible, framed by process frames and rules where needed.
As supply chains expand into more global customer markets and supply chains, substantial complexity can occur, if not managed by enabling technologies, simplifying your footprint and offerings, focus on your core competencies, and improving strategic partnerships with your suppliers and customers.