Supply chain management

Supply chain management was once a relative backwater, but in recent years it has moved decisively center stage. A well-managed supply chain operation is, increasingly, a critical factor, even the critical factor, in a business’s success. This guide to supply chain transformation leads you through the process of aligning retail and supply chain planning with a business’s strategic goals, all the way to technical implementation.

Transforming a supply chain operation and bringing it up to date generally involves not just the introduction of powerful new technology but a fundamental review of processes and organization.

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Transform into Success

Companies continually need to adjust to global competition and changing customer needs. Supplychains need to evolve to adapt to these altering circumstances. Also efficient procurement, production and distribution networks are natural areas for regular reviews. In return the proposed changes and-realignments offer a chance to turn these challenges into success stories.

At vsolve we know organizations need robust, flexible, quantifiable, and balanced costs and services to effectively support the evolving landscape. Our Supply Chain Management professionals work with clients at every stage of the supply chain cycle, from creating or procuring a product to customer delivery. By providing the functional knowledge and analytical competencies across the entire process, we help make sure changes are evaluated not only within a specific function, but across the entire value chain.

Delivering true value from supply chains

You know when your supply chain isn’t working. You can see it when your costs are getting out of control, when your inventory levels are not in line with demand and when your customers aren’t happy. But most supply chains are so complex that it’s difficult to pinpoint specifically what needs to be improved.

Effective procurement and supply chain management is critical to your success. As recent economic turmoil and natural disasters have shown, you need to think strategically about where your products are produced and about how they will be delivered. You need to fully understand all risks to your supply chain – and what you will do if a significant event disrupts your operations.

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