Supply Chain Management Solutions
Globalization has literally changed the game for businesses. Today, it’s possible to widen the reach and push the scale across geographies – creating an expansive operational blueprint. Therefore, firms need smarter and focused global supply chain models.
Clearly, automated Supply Chain Models have fast gained traction, offering a competitive edge, smarter economic flowcharts and contemporaneous products. However, SCM is a complex terrain and global firms have to seamlessly manage an ever-expanding network of stakeholders. For organizations it’s critical to address access point inefficiencies – important for external users to obtain internal data. Moreover, stakeholders are unable to retrieve valuable information, while ensuring cost-effective pricing, stronger regulatory compliance, and better supplier selection. Therefore, supply chains need a holistic insight into operations which helps to improve efficiency for end-user product delivery.
Our SCM solutions help our clients achieve greater collaboration amongst their partners. We redefine the supply chain pathway, and boost service levels across diverse verticals – planning and forecasting, strategic sourcing and procurement, fulfilment and after-sales services.
Customer Transfer Between Two Production Sites
In a dynamic environment, keeping in mind the best services to the customer from cost, efficient logistics and better lead times perspective, the products of a customer under Supply Chain can be transferred from an existing production/manufacturing site to another production/manufacturing site in a monitored supply chain environment.
New Customer/Product Introduction
A new customer /product introduction involves various parameters comprising of order management, commercial & logistics requirement and technical parameters. New customer/product introduction must be faster, cheaper and better in terms of lead times, cost and quality under efficient supply chain.
New Process Introduction
Evolution and continuous improvement is an important parameter for an efficient supply chain. New Product Introduction (NPI) is the process of establishing a clear plan to take your product from concept to its final form. The steps involved in this process vary from project to project, but the end goals are the same: reduce waste, avoid miscommunication, speed up production, and save money. New process introduction, standardization of existing processes in an organization can be efficiently driven under supply chain monitoring.
An ERP integration is the method of connecting your ERP software with other systems. The integration allows for the flow of information between different systems. It’s a way of automating business processes and improving productivity across the enterprise.