What do you think you’ll take away from this episode?
You can replicate this level of performance by focusing on the essential aspects of your supply chain.
Which aspects of your supply chain should you prioritise right now?
With the essential aspects at the forefront, a well-designed supply chain strategy will provide a slew of advantages, including support for your business plan, improved customer relationships and satisfaction, and increased efficiency, performance, response, and quality.
Now lets us discuss the four essential components of supply chain management real fast.
Number 1. Integration.
Integration should begin with your strategic planning phase and continue throughout your communications, information exchange, data analysis, and storage processes.
Examine your technology requirements and make sure that the solution you choose provides you with the capabilities you need to integrate your whole supply chain solution while being flexible enough to develop and grow with your company.
Number 2. Operations.
Your operations require an accurate, real-time depiction of your inventory and production schedules to monitor output and estimate production and distribution patterns.
You can link your operations with the rest of your organisation with the correct software and deliver precise and trustworthy information on production and current stocks for more effective fulfilment processes.
Number 3. Purchasing.
The correct supply chain software can help you source products for your supply chain and ensure you’re getting the best prices and most reliable products.
Demand forecasting is a practical and reliable method of ensuring that you have the appropriate product, in the correct quantity, at the right time.
Keep track of suppliers, competitors, and demand cycles to lower your operating expenses throughout the sourcing and procurement process.
And the last distribution.
The transportation, distribution, and return of items are aspects of your supply chain that may be simplified, optimised, and rectified to improve customer experience and lower operating expenses.
Regardless of whether a purchase originated in-store or online, your delivery and returns procedure should be centralised to provide a real-time view of inventory, order progress, and stock location.
This is Alphonse, the Product Manager of VisAI Labs, And that’s the logistics insight for today.