Our supply chain audit delivers a deep-dive assessment of your entire supply chain, to determine its efficiency, agility and resilience to change. It focuses on five key areas:
STRATEGY — Does the supply chain function have a clear strategy aligned with overall business targets and goals? We audit the things that really matter, including customer satisfaction, risk mitigation, agility and continuous profitability.
ORGANIZATION — Does your organizational structure empower your supply chain management effectively, transparently, and resourcefully? We focus on roles, responsibilities, skills and functional integration into company structure to empower cross-functional cooperation in achieving business goals.
PROCESS — Are the current operating processes reinforcing supply chain operations across the entire value chain – plan, source, make and deliver? We pay close attention to process attributes, efficiency, visibility and manageability so you get total transparency into the process, end-to-end.
INFORMATION — Is the supply chain operating on reliable information from dependable sources, with the technology to process it? We take a granular look into the efficiency of cost-effective decision making, operational tasks execution, supply chain visibility and information structure.
PERFORMANCE — Does the supply chain management measure the things that matter such as reliability, responsiveness, agility, asset management and cost? These performance components directly affect profitability, return on investment and customer satisfaction, so you must evaluate them properly. Here, we focus on inventory investment and efficiency, on-time supplier delivery, forecasting accuracy, lead time, material availability, excess and obsolete inventory and return on assets.