Supply Chain Management
Our Supply Chain Management (SCM) practice enables supply chain leaders to drive cost containment and operational effectiveness across the entire enterprise. We offer high-level diagnostics with planning, maintenance and troubleshooting of complex supply chain systems. Working as part of the client team, we help reduce total cost of ownership and improve business performance. At RGP, we measure success by the high number of clients who continually come back to us for trusted, high-quality SCM service.
Additionally, we have developed a robust Conflict Minerals Solution to help business leaders with strategy development, compliance and reporting. Please visit Conflict Minerals.
Our core SCM competencies include:
- Supply Chain Strategy & Advisory
- Supply chain technology
- Supply chain strategic planning
- Merger planning & Integration
- Insource/outsource strategy
- Organizational design and alignment
- Process, policies & procedures
- Procurement &Supplier Management
- Strategic sourcing
- Contract management
- Supplier relationship management
- Logistics & Materials Management
- Inventory management
- Distribution network analysis
- Transportation management
- Reverse logistics
- Supply Chain Planning & Forecasting
- Demand planning
- Supply planning
- Production planning
- Sales & operations planning (S&OP)
- Manufacturing strategy
- Shop floor
- LEAN/Six Sigma
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"We measure success by the high number of clients who continually come back to us for trusted, high-quality SCM service."
Webcast: Supplier Collaborative Innovation
As procurement leaders are challenged to deliver greater value to their organization, they are tapping into the potential of partnering with suppliers to drive more than just cost reduction. Some leading edge companies actively seek collaborative joint efforts with chosen suppliers that result in streamlined operations, gained market share through new market development and product differentiation, improved quality and faster delivery. To achieve these results, Supply Chain Management teams must first nurture and develop working relationships with suppliers that include shared trust, goals and cultural values. Seeking and leveraging opportunities to accomplish joint innovation with suppliers is what RGP calls Supplier Co-Innovation.
Please join us for a webcast which showcases some of the best developed practices in this area and learn how you can apply these to your supply chain organization.
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 12pm ET/9am PT