Strategic decisions about the configuration of a supply chain network should be made on the basis of fixed, variable, and one-time costs along with a clear measure of the impact to customer serviceability. Failure to recognize any one of these components will result in a misaligned network and an inadequate strategy.
Network optimization not only drives reduction in fixed costs, but it also fixes problems in the variable cost structure of the supply chain.Supply chain models are only as good as the data that drives them. We will work in conjunction with your team to efficiently establish a sound analytical model supported by your operational data that allows the team to evaluate multiple supply chain scenarios.
We are adept in using a variety of modeling tools that allow our customers to establish due diligence in evaluating alternatives for on-going cost reduction efforts, capital decisions, mergers/acquisitions, and business growth.