Productivity and efficiency are the two most commonly associated words with the supply chain. The supply chain is that part of the value chain, invisible to the external customer, but bridges the other two critical parts – need discovery and sales & marketing. A successful supply chain strategy can provide several competitive advantages – innovation, being the first/ fastest to market, cost-effectiveness, superior customer service.
From the disruptive assembly line approach pioneered by Ford to the Japanese institutionalizing lean manufacturing and Total Quality Management principles, Supply Chain has been at the forefront of innovation across generations. The scenario continues to this date, where Analytics is playing a pivotal role in driving supply chain transformation.
Supply chain strategy has also been intrinsically associated with the competitive advantage of companies. In an era where consumers are increasingly becoming value and price-conscious, manufacturing and supply chain cost leadership is top of mind for every CEO. With the implementation of GST and the rise of e-commerce, barriers to trade, and reach have come down significantly. Companies are now re-orienting their network and warehouse presence, inventory management, and logistics planning.
How do we add value?
- Our end-to-end supply chain transformation framework helps diagnose, detect and deliver productivity improvement, cost reduction & service level enhancement
- Our analytical models enable supply chain managers on more effective day-to-day decisions
- Our rich pool of Ex-Supply Chain Heads help in strategic direction and project management