“Top performing enterprises generate returns on their IT investments up to 40 percent greater than their competitors”*

New technology may disrupt your supply chain
In today’s ever-increasing competition – with shorter product life cycles and changes in market and customer demands – companies are more and more pushed towards exploring new supply chain technologies, e.g. Industry 4.0, to obtain operational efficiencies and establish a foundation for consistent leadership.

Leveraging new opportunities for better forecasting – e.g. demand sensing and big data analytics – or being able to provide new customer services via preventive maintenance – e.g. leveraging embedded sensors and Internet of Things in your products – or simply become proactive towards customer replenishment – e.g. using advanced VMI-algorithms and peer-to-peer connectivity – may very well offer new and disruptive approaches towards the market.

Our expertise
For more than a decade, Syncronic has helped our clients bridge business requirements with the right technologies across planning, order management, customer service, procurement, manufacturing, quality, warehouse, transport, and product development to leverage clients existing IT investments and maximize returns of their future IT investments.

Specifically, we help top-management take holistic business and IT decisions on Integrated Business Planning, S&OP, APS and ERP strategy, Best-of-bread versus Best-of-Suite, supply chain IT architecture and application strategy, BI and performance management and so forth.

Nowadays, SCM technology and software solutions are exploding like flowers in spring allowing real-time management of the flow of material, information, and goods across the entire value chain – and based on an informed understanding of the risks involved. Finding the right match for current setup and future business needs, while building the right business case to justify the investment, is a key challenge that all big investments should be preceded with.

At Syncronic, we help clients

  • Develop supply chain technology strategies
  • Align business and IT mandates and policies
  • Define business case and maximum benefit realization from digitalization
  • Select appropriate supply chain technology and IT solutions
  • Transform end-to-end operations leveraging various external parties to implement IT solution

* Weill & Ross, 2004