THE BUSINESS CHALLENGE
Most supply chain planning methodologies sound too good to be true.
Supply chain pundits have been talking about S&OP and Integrated Business Planning for some time now. But when the rubber meets the road, many organizations aren’t able to reap the promised benefits of these approaches. All aspects of our supply chain planning and execution approach work together to set you up for an integrated supply chain.
Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) has long been the standard best practice for companies to align supply and market demand but this methodology doesn’t ensure that profitability is at the center of operational planning. Critical components, like executive sponsorship, execution capabilities, technology tools, and an integrated business planning approach are still lacking at many companies.
You can’t afford to make any mistakes in a life sciences supply chain. Your patients expect perfection when it comes to the availability and quality of their treatments.
- Supply Network Design
- Manufacturing Strategy
- Strategic Metrics and KPIs
- Planning Roadmap Design
Patient demand for responsibility, authenticity and transparency should not complicate your ability to protect and improve margins while providing the highest quality products.
- Integrated Planning Approach
- Technology Vendor Assessment
- Real-Time Response Enablement
- Demand Sensing and Shaping
Leveraging data analysis and technology integration can generate powerful insights to transform the life sciences value chain.
- Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
- Technology Integration (SAP, Kinaxis, JDA, OM Partners, SAS)
- Master Data Governance
- Onboard vendors and contractors
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Continual improvement for your supply chain organization requires discipline and commitment. It is a journey that should evolve as the company and the market conditions change.
Our supply chain planning and execution services have helped life sciences companies achieve productivity improvements for planning, inventory expiry risk reduction and attribute-based planning to meet regulatory requirements. To learn how we can help your company achieve supply chain optimization goals like these, contact Bruce Twery.