Supply chain resilience is beyond business continuity management. It requires a holistic view from the organization's commitment, data collection, joint metrics development, process alignment, and ultimately to a significant financial investment to mitigate the risk found.
Supply chain management (SCM) cannot be overemphasized for companies that sell products, services, hardware, and software. It includes everything from companies to customers, clients, and the distribution of products from other companies. The supply chain is not left unattended after preparation and implementation. Improvements in efficiency and productivity result from constant improvement through regular diagnosis and evaluation.

Supply chain resilience is beyond business continuity management. It requires a holistic view from the organization's commitment,data collection, joint metrics development, process alignment, and ultimately to a significant financial investment to mitigate the risk found.

Our Supply Chain Resilience Pillars: Vulnerability | Management Culture | Procurement | Operations | Demand & Visibility

SCM INDEX

  • Demand
    How appropriate to forecast the demand for planning? How much customer-centric?
  • Manufacturing
    How much effectively managed to schedule on the supply-managed details?
  • Distribution
    How dramatically faster and simpler process of logistics flowing?
  • Transportation
    How effectively delivered at minimum cost?
  • Inventory
    How accurate at inventory status across products, locations, customers, and channels? How stable promptly?

SCOR FRAMEWORK

SCOR(Supply Chain Operation Reference) SCOR 12.0 Version : Omni-Channel, Metadata,  Blockchain Element Addition, Digital Strategic Framework, Integrated Sustainability Standards with New Training Information and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).