A company's supply chain often is one of the last remaining ways to generate dramatic growth...
A company's supply chain often is one of the last remaining ways to generate dramatic growth.
Organizations increasingly find that they must rely on effective supply chains, or networks, to compete in the global market and networked economy.
Successful supply chain management requires a change from managing individual functions to integrating activities into key supply chain processes.
In a global marketplace, managing a supply chain is a much more complex challenge because of the new and constantly changing demands of shorter product life cycles, industry consolidation, and the need to take advantage of emerging technologies.
The cost is huge, resulting in unnecessary spending and missed sales.
Our company offers objective advice, focusing on the biggest levers of value that will deliver the fastest improvements.
INTRES Advisory conduct a thorough, eight to ten week analysis, measuring defects, delays and returns; mapping organizational processes.
In the following six to eight months and beyond, we provide our clients' implementation teams with Intres support for the most critical and difficult initiatives. We also look for “quick hits” that can deliver fast results in high-impact areas.