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A highly competitive global business environment has forced companies to respond rapidly to changing business demands – the effects of which ripple across entire ecosystems of customers, partners and suppliers. To manage change with increased agility, companies are looking for new ways to optimize their supply chain by driving down costs, reducing inventories, and compressing cycle times in supply and distribution processes. A robust Supply Chain Management (SCM) solution can enable rapid responses to change across the extended enterprise by optimizing the flow of goods, services, and information among internal and external business partners. A successful supply chain management implementation can establish true collaboration between all partners.

We have years of experience in building and implementing end-to-end supply chain solutions from leading ERP vendors and vertical application providers. Our supply chain management consulting solutions seamlessly integrate supply chain operations with diverse shop-floor applications and provide real-time integration with back-office ERP applications. Through our supply chain management implementation practice, we have helped many clients fine tune supply with demand.

We have cultivated deep ERP expertise in applications from leading vendors such as SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, J.D. Edwards. We focus on integrating these packaged solutions via the Web to build real-time collaborative frameworks that connect clients with their suppliers and partners.

Proven Supply Chain Management Implementation Expertise
Numerous leading global corporations have tapped our supply chain inventory management implementation expertise to create solutions across a variety of industry platforms. Our supply chain inventory management implementation solutions have been market-proven in large manufacturing organizations, characterized by disparate, heterogeneous execution and planning systems. For these and other companies, we have enhanced the functionality of previously implemented solutions, extracting new value from previous investments.

Our supply chain management consulting spans a broad range of application areas, including:

  • Evaluation & Implementation
  • Post-implementation
  • Maintenance
  • Reporting
  • Integration
  • Data Migration and Upgrade.