EY and J&M Management Consulting
Perfectly combined for your supply chain
EY and J&M Management Consulting have merged as of 1 June.
This combination will make us one of the leading business advisory firms and give rise to a new quality of advice on the design, structuring and optimization of value chains.
Megatrends such as globalization, urbanization, ebusiness and the demographic shift are forcing CEOs, COOs and supply chain managers to draw timely conclusions for their long term planning business planning.
Persistently high international competitive pressure calls for more and more cost efficient structures. Pronounced market volatility and the an ever growing differentiation of client preferences make flexible and innovative business models a necessity.
The constantly increasing demands of investors and clients for transparency and regulartory compliance today go well beyond the finance function and particularly affect the value chain.
Jointly, we can now support our clients even better in meeting the challenges of the value chain and developing the supply chain into a decisive competitive advantage.
We combine supply chain expertise in the areas of strategy and planning, procurement and purchasing, production and logistics and product development and sales with complementary services such as
- tax-efficient supply chain structuring
- optimization of intercompany transfer pricing
- reduction of customs and duties in international trade
- early identification of significant risks within the supply chain and at suppliers
- review of significant credit risks at your partner companies
- prevention of corruption and fraud
- energy and CO2 optimized structuring of the supply chain
- inspection of working conditions and other factors for compliance with our clients’ standards
Our global structure and excellent positioning in the fast growing regions around the world make us your first port of call for all questions on the topic of supply chain management.
We are always close at hand – at 22 locations in Germany, 11 in Switzerland and 4 in Austria.