We are aware our customers need answers fast, we are agile and active in our response. Why is supply chain responsiveness so important?
1. Reduce risk. Better supplier performance keeps costs and schedules in-line; under-performing suppliers can be identified and managed.
2. Improve fulfillment of customer requirements. On-time, on-budget delivery of quality components helps ensure customers meet their commitments.
3. Scale for growth. The supply chain becomes a well-oiled machine that allows the supplier to aggressively and confidently pursue new business opportunities.
We Focus on the following factors to build a responsive supply chain:
Business Process Definition – Identifying, capturing and automating business processes that span all supplier interactions delivers the consistent execution, certainty and operating efficiencies that in turn promote improved responsiveness throughout the business.
Situational Awareness – Access to accurate, comprehensive data, both current and historical, is mandatory to properly assess each unique operating scenario as it unfolds and to respond accordingly.
Performance Management – Supply chain responsiveness rises when suppliers and customer are on the same page. Doing so requires business intelligence and analytics capabilities that allow for the examination of data in near real time and over the course of time.