See how SCM-Supply Chain Management works

Make To Order

Manufacturing

Make To Stock

Manufacturing

Buy to Supply

Trading

Supply of Service

Services


Make To Order
Make to Stock
Buy to Supply
Supply of Service
SCM-Supply Chain Management

Implementation work for SCM Managers

TEAM

Suppliers

Stores

Factories

Subcons

Warehouse

Customers

TARGETS

Develops better customer relationship

Creates better delivery mechanisms

Minimises warehouse and transportation costs.

Enhances inventory management,

Minimising waste, rework, rejects

Make vs Buy Strategy optimization

GOALS

Rapid Demand Fulfillment

Give Customer what they want

Give Customer when they want

Minimization supply chain expenses

Reduce products and service costs

Keep system transparent

ACTIONS

Forecast/Plan Demand

Procurement

Production

Dispatch

Logistics

Returns


What We Offer

Simplify

1. Forecasting
2. Production
3. Procurement
4. Dispatch
5. Transportation

Automate

1. Forecasting
2. Production
3. Procurement
4. Dispatch
5. Transportation

Control

1. Production
2. Suppliers
3. Inventory
4. Delivery
5. Quality

Eliminate

1. Process bottlenecks
2. Rework/Repetitive Work
3. Delays in Delivery
4. Customer Complains
5. Customers Rejects


What is SCM?

In commerce, supply chain management (SCM), the management of the flow of goods and services, involves the movement and storage of raw materials, of work-in-process inventory, and of finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption. Key goals for supply chain management should be to achieve efficient fulfillment of demand, drive outstanding customer value, enhance organizational responsiveness, build network resiliency, and facilitate financial success.

A supply chain is comprised of all the businesses and individual contributors involved in creating a product, from raw materials to finished merchandise. ... Examples of supply chain activities include farming, refining, design, manufacturing, packaging, and transportation.

What are elements of SCM?

There are four major elements of supply chain management: integration, operations, purchasing and distribution. Each relies on the others to provide a seamless path from plan to completion as affordably as possible.