Supply Chain und Betriebsabläufe für das digitale Zeitalter optimieren
Over the last years, supply chain management has undergone a tremendous change. The digitization of supply chains enables companies to address new requirements of customers, challenges on supply side and expectations in efficiency improvement. Supply chain 4.0 creates a disruption and requires companies to rethink the way, they design their supply chains. On top of this global mega trends change customer expectations and innovative technologies massively transform traditional ways of working.
To build on these trends and adapt to the changed requirements, supply chains need to become much more faster, flexible, and efficient.
BearingPoint’s service line “Operations” is predestined to meet current and future challenges and transform them into competitive advantages – in all aspects: From strategy and organization to processes and IT systems complemented by tailored IP assets delivering sustainable value. We individually customize our service offerings to our customers’ needs. Our capabilities and services are clustered around the following seven domains.
BearingPoint joined forces with the French Directorate of Penitentiary Administration and the M6 Foundation to establish three experimental prison facilities. Their focus is on detainee reintegration through offering qualitative labor and training during detention.
The M6 Foundation and the French Directory of Penitentiary Administration started building three experimental prison facilities focused on inmate reintegration through professional development and high-value job opportunities
With BearingPoint’s Emissions Calculator solution, Wipak took an important step on its journey to reduce its carbon footprint to zero by 2025. The company is now able to accurately calculate its carbon emissions, gaining transparency across the entire product life-cycle process.
BearingPoint hat in seiner neuen Studie die Online-Angebote führender Automobilhersteller in den USA, China und Europa und deren Online-Vertriebsbereitschaft in den jeweiligen Märkten analysiert und bewertet. Die Analyse zeigt, dass die OEMs die grossen Märkte und Kundenkontaktpunkte sehr unterschiedlich bedienen. Die Angebote zwischen Volumen- und Premiumhersteller sind qualitativ vergleichbar. Der Elektrowagenhersteller Tesla sticht durch Präsenz in allen Märkten und ausgefeilte Online-Sales-Angebote gegenüber den anderen OEMs besonders heraus.