Supply Chain Assessment
On Your Own Data
Quantify and Justify the ROI before the Solutions are implemented!
Understand the Capacities of your Supply Chain and Planning Process with a Data-Driven Assessment based on your own Data
A data-driven Supply Chain Assessment will:
- Analyze your Supply Chain performance
- Identify key elements for the future operating model
- Assess potential benefits and improvement areas
Provide us with your data and within 2-4 weeks we will generate an assessment of your Supply Chain.
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Why choose a Data-Driven Supply Chain Assessment?
75% of global companies do not feel strongly that their company has the right S&OP/IBP tools, processes, or resources in place to communicate effectively with executives about supply chain performance or decisions.
If that sounds familiar, then an assessment can help you make the best data-driven decisions and enhance the performance in your organization.
The purpose of an assessment is to assess and understand what capacities your supply chain business holds and how to develop them even further.
All based on your data and Supply Chain with a focus on:
- Data-Driven Forecast Assessment to benchmark current forecasting accuracy up against optimized forecast.
- Data-Driven Inventory Assessment (Parameters) to identify optimal safety stocks based on target service level and benchmark to existing safety stock or reorder points. Analyze savings and show how they are distributed (working capital, lost sales, obsolescence OPEX etc.).
- Data-Driven Inventory Assessment (Behavior): Validate compliance in actual planning to separate parameter optimization from behavioral impact. Identify key potential areas of planning behavior improvement.
- Future operating model: Input to the operating model for the future S&OP process and recommendations for implementing a new operating model in phases based on maturity.
Business case & Road Map: Identifying and recommending key elements in the future Supply Chain Strategy and how they should be harvested.
In other words, the assessment allows us to get to know you, your data and fully understand your business before creating your customized roadmap and you can start harvesting the benefits.
Want to know what it takes for you to run a Data-Driven Supply Chain Assessment?
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Why should you consider a Data-Driven Supply Chain Assessment?
Surveys and research show over two-thirds of companies are failing to extract any value from their S&OP process.
Gartner’s five step maturity roadmap reveals 68% of organizations are scored at 2.6 or lower – that means they are barely coping with balancing demand and supply. The truth is settling in that most companies, despite intense efforts, cannot demonstrate any measurable improvements in their company’s performance.
The assessment is the key to make the right decisions and roadmap for your Supply Chain Planning to avoid being one of the 68% in the future.
Some of the Benefits of a Data-Driven Supply Chain Assessment:
- Establish a baseline and analyze current Supply Chain Performance based on your live data.
- Identifying and quantifying benefits of the Supply Chain and how they should be harvested.
- Identifying and recommending key elements of the future Operating Model, as well as assessing its potential benefits.
- Build the overall business case for change and high-level roadmap including focused activities.
- Address how data-driven Integrated Business Planning (IBP) can improve your supply chain and locate potential key elements.
Timing and resources
The good news is that an assessment does not require a lot from your organization.
The main effort is to get ahold of a sample of your data to understand and analyze your business. We have tools for this and in general it is not something that you will have to use a lot of time on.
Once we have the data and a general understanding of your business we can deliver the assessment within 2 to 4 weeks.
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