is committed to helping you build effective supply chains that enable them to
adapt innovatively to changing conditions, seize opportunities and achieve high
performance. Supply chain management is adding pressure on enterprises to not
only broaden their perspective on where they sit in the grand scheme of
Rapidly changing globally competitive market places have forced
organizations to critically evaluate the performance of their supply chain.
With our rich experience in Supply Chain Management (SCM) combined with
in-depth understanding of associated technologies, we can assist you streamline
and optimize your supply chain processes including purchasing, in and out-bound
logistics, warehouse management and demand management.
Our end-to-end SCM solution consulting and implementation services allows you
to assess, bench-mark, optimize and sustain processes across every aspect of
your supply chain starting from procurement to order delivery. The major
benefits include delivery performance improvements, inventory reduction,
shortening of fulfillment cycle time, accurate forecasting, capacity
utilization & productivity gains and finally reduced supply chain costs.
Our SCM consulting & implementation services adopt the following four-step
Assess and analyze your current supply chain processes vis-à-vis
competition and industry best practices to arrive at an SCM plan specific to
Configure supply chain processes within your and your suppliers’
organizations, on the basis of the SCM plan.
Iteratively fine-tune performances, practices, processes and
system configuration elements as per desired goals and performance matrices
Post implementation support.
PRAMISOFT is committed to helping you build effective supply
chains that enable them to adapt innovatively to changing conditions, seize
opportunities and achieve high performance.
In the twenty-first century your customers are global, and so are
your suppliers—and many of your suppliers’ suppliers. Your customers are not
only in more places, they’re also more knowledgeable, more demanding, and using
more channels to do business with you than ever before. We, at L&T
Infotech, were quick to realize this trend and are now focused on bringing
together a GLOBAL SCM system, which supports a variety of systems that support
a wider supply chain.
In a business where supply chain could be the only truly
sustainable competitive advantage, your supply chain determines your reactive
agility and your proactive momentum, your cost of materials and efficiency of
operations, the quality and consistency of your goods and services, and your
ability to provide value-added services and meet unique customer needs.
Research has shown that companies with well-managed, innovative,
relationship-focused, procurement practices outperform other companies in
financial terms (total shareholder return, return on equity, return on assets,
cash flow and return on investment, EVA, reduction in working capital) and in
productivity terms (sales per employee, income per employee and real growth in
Traditionally, the phrase Supply Chain Management meant
assembly lines, warehouses, truckers and time sheets. Earlier, manufacturers
had the luxury of taking years to develop, market and sell their products. Back
then, there were few variations in packaging and in the products themselves.
In only a few years, the very fundamentals of manufacturing in
virtually every industry has changed. Changes have taken place in the
relationships between producers of primary products, manufacturers and
retailers. Companies are looking at how to provide greater flexibility in
moving parts globally. In a quest for greater efficiency and lower costs,
there's been growing importance given to managing the supply chain effectively
for the benefit of all parties.
The traditional vision of Supply Chain management (SCM) represents
only one dimension of a business environment that is growing increasingly multidimensional.
Modern day Supply Chain Management is the e-Commerce of manufacturing.
And the good news is that Supply Chain optimization isn't a
big-bang undertaking like the enterprise resource planning (ERP) installations
of recent years.
What is SCM?
Supply chain management - delivering the right product to the
right place, at the right time and at the right price - is one of the most
powerful engines of business transformation. It is one of the leading cost
saving and revenue enhancement strategies in use today.
At the end of the continuum of trends that started off from
Business Process Reengineering, Total Quality Management and ERP that have all
addressed only the inner workings of an Organization, SCM aims at integrating
the company's internal systems to those of its suppliers, partners and
Technologies such as the Internet, electronic data interchange, transportation
and warehouse management software, including software that manages plant
scheduling, demand forecasting, procurement, make SCM a versatile strategy to
Why e- SCM?
Supply chain has been viewed as an inflexible series of events
that somehow managed to get products out the door. It often involved
questionable inventory forecasts, rigid manufacturing plans and hypothetical
The Internet has changed all that. It has transformed this old-fashioned
process into something closer to an exact science. An Internet-enabled supply
chain helps companies
avoid costly disasters
reduce administrative overhead
reduce unnecessary inventory (thereby increasing working capital)
decrease the number of hands that touch goods on their way to the
eliminate obsolete business processes
reap cost-cutting and revenue-producing benefits
speed up production and responsiveness to consumers
garner higher profit margins on finished goods
Effective integration of an Organizations supply chain can save
millions, improve customer service and reduce inventories.
The key to getting optimum value out of automating your supply
chain is to make sure you have your internal systems working well before you
start extending them out over the Internet.