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.
Today’s customers want more than speed and quality from their brands. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) and diversity and inclusion (D&I) are key to customer demand. To meet that expectation, brands must deepen supply chain traceability; harnessing technology to get closer to their raw source materials and trace forward.
Dow now has greater transparency, control, and compliance across its contractor management processes and procurement of labor services. By implementing Comengy, BearingPoint’s state-of-the-art solution powered by AES/32, Dow can leverage detailed analytics for better resource allocation and cost savings.
With BearingPoint’s help, the famous French spirits company now has a robust logistics supplier network and more sustainable processes across its operations in China. This positions the business to gain more flexibility and operational efficiency to address market trends and demands, while optimally mitigating any potential risk throughout its supply-chain workflows.
Following strong financial demands from the water regulator, Yorkshire Water needed to assess and find new ways to improve operational efficiency within its maintenance function. With BearingPoint’s Active Manager program, the company achieved higher productivity by empowering its managers to proactively lead their teams and enhance performance.
Bayerische Versorgungskammer decided to transform its IT division into an active business enabler, engaged in bringing innovation and efficient collaboration within all business units. With its new IT governance, Bayerische Versorgungskammer is building the foundation for new roles and responsibilities of the IT function, allowing for more transparency across the entire organization and faster responses to business demands.