Supply Chain Transformation

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“It is not the strongest of the species of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”

Charles Darwin (1809 – 1882)

With the current business climate that increasingly places more value on business networks than capital base, outdated supply chain models are hindering companies from moving forward. Read more about this crucial phenomenon in our blog series: Supply chain 3.0 is real and here now.

What is supply chain transformation?
  • Builds an end-to-end supply chain with customers at the top

Our all-encompassing service which redesigns your supply chain to meet changing market conditions. For supply chain transformation to succeed, you need leadership, continuous innovation, growth and communication of the vision.

  • Includes improving operations and processes

Faster and more precise operational response provides the capability to meet customer demands. Operational transformation is part of supply chain transformation.

Why use it?
  • Identify low-value customers who should not be part of the supply chain

An end-to-end supply chain allows you to target and serve the right customers with the right products. As part of the whole process, we help you reconfigure your supply chain around these customers.

  • Alignment, Balance & Continual Improvement

These are the elements of a successful supply chain transformation. The first two are a matter of getting the supply chain strategy right, and the last is a matter of tactical short term improvements on on-going basis.

  • Move to the next generation of supply chain management (SCM)

Supply Chain 3.0 is the next level of SCM in which winners reap 80% of market profits. In a nutshell, it is about putting customers at the heart of the supply chain.

  • Benefit from the best supply chain know-how

Our supply chain veterans have worked on multi-billion-dollar projects and successfully delivered value in excess of 10 times the project costs.

Contact us today for case studies of supply chain transformation in your industry, or how to get started.

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