Amongst the relentless pressure from activists and shareholders to improve customer satisfaction, overall efficiency, and most importantly, bottom line results, companies today may be overlooking a critical lever for driving substantial enterprise-wide change – their supply chain.
The supply chain touches nearly every aspect of a business. Improvements to this function have far reaching implications. Reduced costs, increased revenues, enabling new product or service lines or supporting speed to market – the supply chain can deliver them all.
Too often, though, companies shortchange the potential impact supply chain can offer because they fail to take an end-to-end, systemic view of the function.
Supply Chain Improvement from End-to-End