Supply Chain Excellence

We help develop and coordinate stable and agile supply chains.

The supply chain as a success factor

Active development and coordination of supply chains along the entire value chain stages

Crises in particular show that a functioning and robust supply chain is a prerequisite for successful and economical production. Without timely and reliable deliveries, there will be production stoppages, additional tracking and control work, and resulting costs for the company. We help you to reduce the costs of your supply chain.

Excellent supply chain strategies also provide opportunities to differentiate from competitors in an increasingly complex marketplace. Excellence in supply chain management encompasses more than individual site and process optimization.

What are the reasons for dealing with the topic of supply chain excellence?

To achieve supply chain excellence, management must pay close attention to detail in the interlinked areas of your infrastructure. Taken together, these details can support a more efficient and effective supply chain management process that can drive challenging performance goals in areas such as purchasing, general operations, distribution and integration strategies. It is important to review how the current performance of the supply chain also compares to the competition. There should also be proactive risk management, which includes more strategic sourcing options.

Supply Chain Excellence Quick Check

We would like to support you with a so-called Supply Chain Excellence Quick Check to assess your network performance.

This comprises five assessment dimensions:

  • Strategic Alignment
  • Transparency & cost efficiency
  • Digitalization & Automation
  • Know How
  • Organization & Processes

Supply chain optimization

What is our understanding?

Supply Chain Excellence encompasses the active development and coordination of stable and agile supply chains along the entire value chain stages of a product or service.

The goal is to improve the long-term performance of individual companies and the entire supply chain, as well as to achieve value-added benefits.

Supply chain management has increasingly come into focus due to the tendency to concentrate on core competencies and reduce vertical integration. This has led to an increasing number of supply segments based on division of labor, which have to be coordinated and controlled.

Supply Chain Management Tools und Software

Using planning tools and evaluating data points along the supply chain can further improve network performance. With today’s popular software applications, executives can gain accurate insight into the details of suppliers, factories, warehousing, distribution, and customer feedback.

Integrating all these data points and making keen observations about the flow and patterns of goods and services are at the heart of excellent supply chain leadership development. The transparency gained and the evaluation of real-time data make it possible, for example, to anticipate supply bottlenecks and initiate countermeasures on time.

We support you in the development of supply chain excellence

  • Supply Chain Excellence Quick Check
  • Assessment of supply chain performance via targeted assessment dimensions
  • Development of the overall supply chain strategy
  • Design and implementation of active control and monitoring of own network
  • Development of a strategy for your supply chain, to work toward on a common vision and successfully differentiate from the competition over the long term
  • Supply Chain Management Tools, Methods and Software
  • Evaluate and select supporting supply chain management tools, methods and software to increase visibility and facilitate control

Factors of success

A team with the right competencies and skills as well as the use of the right methods and tools is required for the targeted and sustainable development of supply chain excellence.

Supply Chain Excellence

Take away

Supply Chain Excellence includes the active development and coordination of stable and agile supply chains along the entire value chain stages of a product