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What we do

Supply Chain

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Advisian provides a broad range of supply chain management services to our clients across all industrial sectors.

Advisian provides a broad range of services in supply chain management, from integrated business planning, Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP), production planning and forecasting, procurement, inventory management, warehousing, contractor management, and logistics and network optimization.

Our services include:

  • Supply chain strategy development & implementation In-depth analysis of issues and their impact of operational performance, such as cost and non-conformance cost reduction, cycle time reduction
  • Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP)
  • Supply management, including supplier selection and effectiveness, contractor performance management, supplier evaluation process and review make vs. buy decision making and support, development and adherence to agreed vendor list/MSL
  • Demand management, including sales forecasting and management (SFE), customer management and segmentation
  • Product and service portfolio optimization, including inventory management, product segmentation, and optimization
  • Distribution and logistics, including network optimization
  • Corporate and site sourcing governance, including handoffs, authorization levels, controls, roles and responsibilities
  • Execution control system and tracking of performance, including local site adherence to corporate purchasing policies, vendor agreements, and spending controls
  • Inventory/surplus materials assessment
  • Contractor and vendor spend analysis/consolidation opportunities
  • Warehouse management and operations

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