Supply Chain Optimization
Supply Chain Optimisation strives to drive out increased value from your delivery network, whilst at the same time increasing your organisations profitability. This objective is achieved by identifying the problem areas where inefficiencies and wastage occur, benchmarking these areas and lowering your operating costs accordingly. Attention is given to either the Inbound Supply Chain, the Outbound Supply Chain, or alternatively the Entire Supply Chain from your Supplier’s suppliers to your Customer’s customers. The flow of products and or commodities into and out of an organisation, as well as the related logistical services, are addressed.
Sourcing Options makes use of it’s SupplyiT Methodology to achieve the aforementioned objectives and the diagram below illustrates a high level view of the process followed when using this methodology:
Phase 1: Business Analysis
Phase 2: Process Mapping
Phase 3: Cost Analysis
Phase 4: Value Analysis
Phase 5: Findings and Recommendations
- To analyse, map, cost and value the processes involved.
- To identify the problem areas, where inefficiencies and wastage occur.
- To make recommendations on how to improve operating levels and reduce operating costs.
- Lower costs
- Increased profitability
- Increased shareholder value
- Increased market share