Things are not getting any simpler in your supply chain. Complexity is increasing. At the same time, the market requires you to provide even better service at even lower costs. Classic solutions and control mechanisms often fall short. To stay ahead of your competitors, you’ll have to outsmart them. But how? How should the optimal supply chain be designed and/or managed? Join Involvation in discovering new possibilities. There are plenty out there, we’re in no doubt about that, and we’ll go in search of them together. We will help you to improve the design and management of your supply chain, from consultancy through to implementation.
Are your results disappointing? Is your supply chain out of alignment with your company strategy? Are you convinced that your supply chain could contribute to better business performance? If so, it’s time to review your supply chain strategy and design.Read more
Your ultimate aim is to optimally align your supply chain with market demand, which is why sales & operations planning (S&OP) is crucial. But what does S&OP actually contribute to the performance of your company or organisation? Is S&OP delivering you tangible results?
Many organisations fall into the same traps: they are too operational, too focused on the details, too focused on supply chain issues, lack preparation and don’t make enough real business decisions.
A growing number of companies have been able to improve their service while decreasing their cost. Their secret is surprisingly simple. They simply no longer accept their dependency on chronically unreliable predictions and plans and are able to unravel themselves successfully from the ‘planning mismatch’.Read more
Accurate forecasting and optimal inventory management form the core of professional supply chain management, and hence of the challenges you face. You want to raise your service level while reducing your working capital. You want to safeguard customer satisfaction and respond rapidly to market demands. But how?Read more
Managing your production activities undoubtedly involves uncertainty and variability, which makes it even more difficult to optimise your use of the available time and capacity. You face countless dilemmas and challenges: manufacturing costs are too high. Stock levels are too low. Supplies are often delivered too late. The master production schedule is inaccurate or unreliable. Should you make to order or make to stock? Would centralised or decentralised production planning be more effective?Read more