Developing supply chain management from working procedures and management personnel to adding value to the organization and its business outcomes.
This is reflected in the three main pillars of supply chains: 1. Availability of materials and goods
2. Total Delivery Cost (TDC) to the production point.
3. Working capital of the organization through improvement opportunities of supplier days (DP), payment facilities, and inventory days (DI).
1. Comprehensive assessment of procurement department capabilities.
2. Develop and formulate a comprehensive Operational Manual for Procurement Management "SOP" that constitutes a reference for procurement operations and activities governance.
3. Present a visualization of a work plan for the procurement department and possibilities for cost improvement through the analysis of purchasing data and records and the current year's demands.
4. Develop and implement a qualifying training program for management personnel.
5. Develop a set of key performance indicators "KPIs" that sustain the executive management's mission in tracking and measuring performance.
1. Improved SCM & procurement system
Operational manual and procedures based on global procurement standards.
3. Creating new business models.
4. Boost procurement and performance outcomes such as cost reduction, optimization, and duty cycle time.
5. Reporting methods
6. Reduce risks
7. Governance and compliance.
8. Ongoing development of the procurement role in the organization.
9. Qualifying the supply chain team during the implementation phase to ensure the optimal way to execute and activate the new changes.