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Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is the management of the flow of goods and services and includes all processes that transform raw materials into final products. Supply chain management represents an effort by suppliers to develop and implement supply chains that are as efficient and economical as possible.

Why Supply Chain Management

Boost Customer Service

Customers expect the correct product assortment and quantity to be delivered. Customers expect products to be available at the right location & right Delivery Time.

Reduce Operating Costs

Decreases Purchasing Cost
Decreases Production Cost
Decreases Total Supply Chain Cost

Improve Financial Position

Increases Profit Leverage
Decreases Fixed Assets
Increases Cash Flow


SCM Integration

Supply chain integration can be defined as a close calibration and collaboration within a supply chain, mostly with the application of shared management information systems. A supply chain is made from all parties that participate in the completion of a purchase, like the resources, raw materials, manufacturing of the product, shipping of completed products and facilitating services.

Supply Chain Management Strategies

Supply chain strategy is an iterative process that evaluates the cost- benefit trade-offs of operational components. Business strategy involves leveraging the core competencies of the organization to achieve a defined high-level goal or objective.


Supply Chain Management Strategies
Implementing an operative supply chain management strategy is essential to efficiently transfer products throughout your supply chain.

  • Sales, inventory & operations planning
  • Promoting and protecting flow
  • Throughput and productivity
  • RFID (Radio frequency identification) for distribution
  • Supply chain talent

Supply Chain Management Services
SCM Services are supply chain management professionals supporting creditable services meeting the needs of businesses throughout the world.

  • Demand Optimization
  • Inventory Optimization
  • Distribution Management
  • Supply Optimization
  • Retail Optimization
  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Transportation Management

SCM Benefits

Reduce Cost Effects

SCM software can lower down the current overhead expenses of your organization. eg: Improves inventory management system, facilitates successful implementation of inventory system

Raise Output

SCM software is designed in way to improve communication, collaboration and coordination with vendors, transportation and shipping companies, Suppliers and raise bi-directional information flow.

Boost Cooperation Level

The best feature of SCM software is higher cooperation level within the organizational task. Supply chain management software give you access to track what your supplier and distributers are doing all the times

Lowers Time Delay in Processes

SCM software's all activities can be flawlessly coordinated and executed from start to finish, to make sure much higher levels of on-time delivery across the board.