Supply Chain Strategy

Supply Chain Strategy

➤   The Complexity of global supply chain is inevitable, however, developing and putting in place the right strategies is the key to overcoming those challenges.

➤   Chools competent team of consultants will guide you in selecting and executing the effective strategies that will drive your organization Sales revenue and Market Share Growth, Productivity, Excellence and Resilience.

➤   Following our Capability and Impact Assessments integrated with SWOT and PEST Analysis, we form your Y-Chart including your SMART goals to implement the Seven best In class supply chain strategies.

Predicted Gains:

➤   Tracking the gains our Clients captured executing the 7- Best in Class supply chain strategies against companies that did not implement a methodological strategic way to drive their supply chain operations- The following was achieved

Seven best In class 7 Supply Chain Strategies:

Strategy # 1: Embrace a business planning operating Model that is driven by real time Market Demand ( AI and IoT).

Strategy # 2: Develop a resilient organization reacting with agility to market demand in integrated planning and production.

Strategy # 3: Embrace Innovation and Design Methodologies to optimize Products and Processes: Manufacturing- Supply and Sustainability (Design thinking, DFSS).

Strategy # 4: Align all business goals by integrating Supply Chain, Sales, Corporate business planning and operations planning (S&OP and SC control tower).

Strategy # 5: Incorporate Environmental and Social Sustainability in Supply chain Operations (Corporate social responsibility, Carbon Foot prints, Energy usage etc.)

Strategy # 6: Adopt technologies (Data base Networks, Enterprise Resource Planning, and Artificial intelligence, SC control tower) to ensure predictable operations.

Strategy # 7: Establishing a supplier partnership relationship.

Our Methodology:

Related Case Study

Case : Chools was hired by 100 fortune Food and beverage company in North India to drive and develop its supply chain excellence Journey .

Act : Chools Consultants conducted Supply chain assessments, SWOT and impact analysis; followed by Developing the Y- chart and implementing the 7 Best in Class Strategies.

Results : – $3MM annual productivity was achieved – 3% of supply chain base spend; delivered through reduction in transportation , excess inventory, Labor cost and Operations optimization. 21% Increase in sales Revenue was captured.

Supply Chain Strategy - Case Study

The Challenge

A worldwide corporation were forefront producers of food and beverage consumables. Their industrial estate spanned over multiple product lines. The result of numerous acquisitions over the successful years of business. The business had a variety of customer needs to satisfy. That also included supplying some products to other businesses under the same corporation. Products had a wide reach around the world and were sold to the customers by independent entities or by owned subsidiaries.

The complexity and enormity of the company’s operations brought in constant flux in its organizational structure and evolution of the products in the dynamic market environment. The personnel, the process and the systems were in constant anticipation of change.

The orders of product in a given country were split into specific component orders and forwarded to other countries for fulfilment. Customers inconsistently received many shipments over long delays. There was a long time-period gap in response to the order placed for the material. The complications in the supply chain limited the development and implementation of a single comprehensible solution.

The Solution

Chools took to task mapping of the process. We developed a strategy that would facilitate the streamlined flow of information. The flow is monitored and enhanced right from order origination to the respective warehouses or plants assigned the supply of products. Our new strategic move made way for swift physical movement and timely delivery of goods. The strategies designed acted as a guide and were pivotal in decision making concerning the business, process and the system.

The company whole-heartedly acknowledged the positive implications of the method implemented. It contributed significantly to arrive at coordinated decisions on systems investment. It also contributed to the critical operational procedures like order processing methods along with physical handling and shipping.

The strategy developed by Chools acted as a core entity around which the actions depended in the following years. That led to a thriving business with a well-connected efficient worldwide distribution network.

The Challenge

A worldwide corporation were forefront producers of food and beverage consumables. Their industrial estate spanned over multiple product lines. The result of numerous acquisitions over the successful years of business. The business had a variety of customer needs to satisfy. That also included supplying some products to other businesses under the same corporation. Products had a wide reach around the world and were sold to the customers by independent entities or by owned subsidiaries.

The complexity and enormity of the company’s operations brought in constant flux in its organizational structure and evolution of the products in the dynamic market environment. The personnel, the process and the systems were in constant anticipation of change.

The orders of product in a given country were split into specific component orders and forwarded to other countries for fulfilment. Customers inconsistently received many shipments over long delays. There was a long time-period gap in response to the order placed for the material. The complications in the supply chain limited the development and implementation of a single comprehensible solution.

The Solution

Chools took to task mapping of the process. We developed a strategy that would facilitate the streamlined flow of information. The flow is monitored and enhanced right from order origination to the respective warehouses or plants assigned the supply of products. Our new strategic move made way for swift physical movement and timely delivery of goods. The strategies designed acted as a guide and were pivotal in decision making concerning the business, process and the system.

The company whole-heartedly acknowledged the positive implications of the method implemented. It contributed significantly to arrive at coordinated decisions on systems investment. It also contributed to the critical operational procedures like order processing methods along with physical handling and shipping.

The strategy developed by Chools acted as a core entity around which the actions depended in the following years. That led to a thriving business with a well-connected efficient worldwide distribution network.

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