Managing your supply chain is about prediction – knowing how to make the right decisions at the right time.
Supply chain management (SCM) helps integrate business processes with the flow of goods from production to the end-customer. Along with skilled professionals, the supply chain requires information systems that specialize in meeting the needs of the customer flawlessly, reliably and efficiently. Our agile delivery of supply chain systems is always based on the needs of every individual customer.
Supply chain planning (SCP) has become an art form for meeting ever-changing demands and optimizing all the processes involved. It can be painstaking at first, but an efficient supply chain is the difference between profit – and lost opportunities. We compiled a list of six questions to help out in scouting what your current supply chain situation is and if there is something you should look out for backed up with experience of the whole industrial production process and logistics services. This white paper highlights several obstacles and deficiencies one might have in their supply chain planning process.