Supply chain organizations continue to grapple with globalized markets and operations, pricing pressures and increased customer expectations. In this challenging environment, forward-looking insights combined with disciplined execution can help your organization move beyond functional excellence, to strategic capability. A comprehensive set of supply chain management and manufacturing operations service offerings, as well as our unmatched access to Analytics, Benchmarking, M&A, Pricing, Risk, Sustainability and Tax related services, allows Deloitte to help you identify and address opportunities that other firms might miss.
|Managing extreme commodity price volatility
Learn how to reduce the impact of short-term changes in commodity prices using “out-of-the-money” call options.
|The ripple effect
The report takes a look at the numerous and evolving problems associated with supply chain risk, identifies those risks with the greatest impact.
|Truth or Dare? How to tackle supply chain risks.
Recent major disasters such as Hurricane Sandy and the Japanese tsunami have focused a lot of attention on supply chain risks.
|Automotive supply chain - Unlocking potential cost savings in automotive packaging
The paper is based on an automotive study conducted by Deloitte to understand the specific issues and explore alternatives for unlocking the cost savings in packaging.
|Supply Chain Analytics – The three-minute guide
This three minute guide to Supply analytics will explain how companies can fine-tune their supply chains in ways that weren’t possible in the past.
|Unchained - Mining the linkages between working capital and supply chain
Learn how supply chain plays in working capital performance and uncover some of the specific opportunities that companies might overlook.
Supply chain organizations must move beyond functional excellence to transform into a truly strategic capability – one that is flexible and fully integrated across the company and beyond into the extended supply chain.
Companies with flexible, adaptive supply chains can not only potentially cut costs and gain efficiencies, they can also use supply chain for strategic advantage.
Here are just a few examples of the integrated supply chain capabilities we believe are critical to win in today’s marketplace.
|Meet Dan Kinzler
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP