Supply Chain & Operations
Supply chains and operations are undergoing radical restructuring as they meet the challenge of improving performance in a world of unprecedented complexity and opportunity. They must balance increasing needs for agility and responsiveness against driving down costs and improving cash.
EY Advisory believes a better working world means addressing big, complex industry issues and opportunities to deliver outcomes that help grow, optimize and protect businesses. We work with you to help you effect fundamental change in your operations performance to support sales growth, become more cost competitive, reduce risk and enhance operational resilience.
Your supply chains and operations should be viewed as sources of strategic competitive advantage, and we can help you identify and invest in the right operating models to unlock the full value from this strategic asset.
Our global connectivity, including alliances with sector-leading businesses such as Procter & Gamble, means we can combine deep operational consulting capability with industry-specific leading practices, so you get the benefits of a wide range of insights. This ongoing collaboration enables us to help you design better outcomes and deliver long-lasting results.
Introducing EY Catalyst™
What if your clients could hold operational excellence the palm of their hands? Learn how the EY Catalyst™ Platform can help clients achieve break-through and sustainable operational excellence results.
Can process optimization help align your supply chain to your business goals?
EY Catalyst is a smart, cloud-based OpEx platform that integrates improvement methodologies into one road map.
EY launches new cloud-based platform to enhance performance of supply chain and manufacturing
Our team designed and implemented the supply chain optimization program for a leading tire manufacturer facing fierce competition from cheap Chinese imports and external influence on the local markets. To help the company keep up with market demands, our team significantly increased supply chain effectiveness through process optimization and implementation of new IT solutions.
The company required a flexible and responsive supply chain to cater to all the distinct customer segments with an individualized approach. In spite of having inventories in the system, the company was losing sales due to inaccurate forecast and lack of inter-departmental coordination for planning.
Furthermore, a decrease in the duration of the full logistics cycle from planning to sales was required to ultimately increase supply chain effectiveness. The company had to answer the question:
Ashish Nanda Partner