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SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS
Supply Chain Analytics and our industry experts are available to evaluate your supply chain needs and help you develop and implement strategies to satisfy your needs.
We collaborate with you and your team to identify your capabilities and challenges.
A Digital Transformation is unique in every organization. It varies because the impact on groups, departments, and functions within your organization are different. One thing is common, Digital Transformation from legacy systems is perceived as a heavy lift across the company. Often this hinders taking the first step in a Digital Transformation journey. Some don’t even start.
Collaboration: With user-friendly software engaging internal stakeholders and external suppliers through a single collaborative interface.
Visibility: Comprehensive views into all purchasing requests and projects create a transparent experience for stakeholders and sourcing leaders alike.
Simplicity: Strategic sourcing software must accommodate existing workflows, helping businesses accelerate savings and impact realized from enterprise spend.
Risk Management: With data intelligently aggregated and centralized, enterprises benefit from stronger compliance and risk mitigation via effective management of, and timely access to, information on supplier risk, regulatory demands, audits, crises, supply chain stability, and more.
Key manufacturing goals
Lower Labor Costs (Direct and Indirect)
Reduce Cycle Time
Reduce Spreadsheets and paper
Maintain accurate inventory
Constantly measure your performance
Whether you are a large industrial manufacturer, a pharmaceutical company, a medical device maker, a Hi-tech company, or a machine shop; it is important to keep these six goals top of mind.
Supply Chain Analytics can help you establish Key Performance Indicators and data acquisition systems to consistently and continuously monitor your performance.
Delivery (Logistics) activities include – transportation, warehousing, packaging, and more – that move and position inventory and that plans, implements and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services, and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customer’s requirements.”
Smarter Supply Chain
Today’s supply chains span continents and oceans, making end-to-end visibility both a challenge and a necessity. As the supply chain has gone global, technological innovations have essentially made the supply chain’s world smaller.
From cloud-based management systems to smart sensors, the real-time supply chain provides a constant stream of real-time data. This has enabled greater visibility, agility, and in-the-moment decision-making via artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning applications and data analysis, and predictive analytics tools.
Secure greater visibility within your supply chain when you tap into and apply the real-time data of these digital systems, processes, and applications: