Supply Chain Management

The growth of consumer knowledge across globalised economies has meant that the notion of instant gratification by people is now a given. If companies are unable to rationalise their processes effectively, the degree to which they will maintain competitive advantage can be seriously compromised.

Companies must deliver, and this is reflected in effective Supply Chain Management (SCM). The aim, ultimately, is to reduce inventory and risk.

Understanding the needs of the client

Their issues range from delivering cost savings to the bottom line; sourcing effectively from low cost regions; working together with suppliers to deliver value for the longer term through to developing talent within the procurement team. These challenges are often intensified by addressing them in complex, international, multi-functional environments.