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International food and beverage company, Hero, was faced with the challenge as to whether they should upgrade their heterogenous ERP landscape. With BearingPoint’s support Hero gained a clear vision of how to approach the future with insight and confidence.
The BearingPoint Supply Chain Vulnerability Framework enables organisations to identify risks and opportunities within their supply chains on the premise that being forewarned is being forearmed, and therefore actions can be taken. We have taken our framework and flipped it on its head – the risks are now issues. This insight outlines the opportunity to pragmatically and constructively respond to the key issues in a considered manner, while mitigating further risk which could be created by focusing only on the immediate challenges.
Tougher market conditions, rapid technological innovations, and changing customer needs are requiring companies to become more responsive to customer desires and expectations. From a manufacturing point of view, the shift from selling to servicing a product is the future if manufacturers want to increase revenue and profit margins.
BearingPoint is expanding its commitment to climate-neutral travel and is making its business travel activities climate-neutral for all business units globally. Through compensation payments, the management and technology consultancy is helping to support a project that is protecting the Brazilian rainforest.
The Market Access function in pharmaceutical and other medical technology companies has reached a stage of maturity, and professionals now want to take a step back, explore best practices and identify the best approach to innovation.