What’s The Problem?
First, a company’s products are made around the world by and equally global workforce. These products are sold around the world and can be purchased in person, on social media, by phone, and on and on. Secondly, points of distribution are varied (Amazon, independent brick and mortar stores, company owned distributors, etc.). As a result, production parts are made in several countries and supply chains are thousands of miles long with long lead times. Because parts are made in several countries it will then vary the pay and benefits. In addition, rules and regulations governing business are uncoordinated and, many times, in conflict. Lastly, the company’s products use both the metric and English measurement units.
How Can We Help?
We are made up of people who have spent their careers driving improvement. We can help you figure out which processes are broken and what to do about it. We do this by aggressively transferring our knowledge to the companies we support so they can quickly do the work themselves. This minimizes the pain, effort, and cost of transforming to an integrated supply chain company.