Why transparency in Supply Chain should be your top priority

Why transparency in Supply Chain should be your top priority

October 17, 2018

A common problem with supply chains is they may become unpredictable. Each individual element and component within the network knows what they are doing, but the big picture often becomes obscure. This leaves success in the supply chain down to luck and inevitable inefficiencies. You simply can’t operate a successful supply chain blindly.

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Why Use a Consultant for Your Business?

Why Use a Consultant for Your Business?

November 15, 2018

Why Use a Consultant for Your Business? 

In the current economic environment, it is important that businesses find ways to stand out, tighten their operations, and increase their revenues while keeping expenses low. As many businesses struggle to stay ahead of the competition, the day-to-day operations of the business are more than enough to keep management busy, especially in smaller businesses where owners or managers wear many hats. Choosing to use an experienced consultant may allow businesses the ability to grow, rather than simply attempting to maintain the status quo. 

            So, who are consultants?

           

 

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Why Supply Chain Management is so important to your business

Why Supply Chain Management is so important to your business

January 15, 2019

Once upon a time, operating a supply chain at peak efficiency was a key to success. But in today’s business climate, customer expectations have grown more complex, which is fragmenting supply chains and shortening cycle times. As a result, supply chain efficiency alone is not sufficient enough; supply chains must become more agile in order to successfully respond to global trends and business pressures.

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What is Logistics and why is it Important to Your Company?

What is Logistics and why is it Important to Your Company?

February 25, 2019

The term, “logistics,” and its actions originated with the military. In the war theater, logistics applied to the process of supplying equipment and supplies to troops. Logistics as a business concept evolved in the 1950s with the increasing complexity of supplying businesses with materials and shipping out products in an increasingly globalized supply chain. Today, the business sector uses this term to describe the efficient flow and storage of goods from point of origin to the point of consumption. The supply chain is a vital part of this process, including transportation, shipping, receiving, storage, and management of all these areas. Within the business sector, logistics can be applied to information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling, and packaging, disposal, and security.

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