Operations Management Services


>> HOW WE SUPPORT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

You demand both a broader expertise related to operations best practices and a deeper knowledge to solve specific functional problems in today’s increasingly complex and competitive markets. Our goal is to provide a set of frameworks to solve design, planning and operational issues within operations and supply chain. Our frameworks help you to achieve supply chain goals and identify managerial actions that improve performance in terms of the desired goals, in line with strategy.

  • Production Optimization
  • Operations Simulation and Forecasting
  • Productivity Improvement programs
  • Responsiveness Improvement programs
  • Managing customer demand versus supply chain dillemas
  • Setting up, managing and maintaining quality standards
  • Operations contribution to bottom line analysis

If organisations are to achieve competitive advantage by delivering value to customers, managers need to understand which activities they undertake are especially important in creating that value and which are not. Operations transform the inputs from the organization value chain into the final product or service.


>> INSIGHT: CONVERGENCE BETWEEN INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND AND OPERATIONS

We design and implement strategies for maximizing the value of operations and supply chains, avoiding inefficiencies, managing the risk of disruption, and evaluating what to implement or not in supply chain enterprise systems, part of our Information Technologies -IT - or Information System Management - IS, ISM.

 

Supply Chain Enterprise Systems — information, communication and management technologies that support supply chain functions — have quickly become a central element of supply chain management strategy.

 

But, implementing these systems is often a difficult undertaking with an uncertain outcome. For application of supply chain technology to be successful, experts from SEED Advisory argue that certain elements need to be in place:

  • A clearly defined need based on supply chain strategy
  • Clear expectations about what such technologies can and cannot do for a company