In sales-driven organizations, supply chain leaders constantly struggle with the battle to balance the constant chase for revenue growth and the pressure to drive down costs. As decisions are made to increase sales, tradeoffs often occur between inventory levels, service levels, and cost. Communicating the impact of those tradeoffs to decision makers and ensuring an understanding of cost and performance implications of supply chain decisions is a challenge. Organizations aren’t always aligned around monthly demand, supply, and financial forecasts. And balancing geo-political environments, cost-to-serve, and lead times will continue to be an ongoing juggling act.
Reduce your cash conversion cycle and grow your gross margin.
By improving understanding, control, and optimization of the various elements of your supply chain, you can achieve higher service levels at a lower cost, reducing the need to make those tough tradeoffs. You can expect to see an improvement in your cash conversion cycle by as much as 50%, coupled with a gross margin percentage that’s 20% or higher than the industry average.
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Optimize key areas of your supply chain to address crucial business needs.
- Inventory Optimization – Profitably reduce inventory and increase service levels.
- Integrated Business Planning & Scheduling(S&OP) – Match supply chain planning with execution.
- Supplier Management – Improve your sourcing process and increase in-bound supply chain visibility.
- Network / Warehouse Operations – Optimize your manufacturing and distribution footprint and warehouse operations.
- Talent Development – Get the supply chain expertise you need.
Strike Balance in your Supply Chain
The three-dimensional approach to supply chain improvement encompasses:
- Vertical integration and optimization up and down your supply chain.
- Horizontal integration and cooperation across your different functional areas.
- Fiduciary integration via modeling capabilities.
By considering these three dimensions of the supply chain, we help you better understand, control, and optimize your supply chain end-to-end for the lowest possible cost-to-serve.