Do you have persistent problems due to running out or expediting?
Supply Stream may be the solution for you.
Watch this video to learn more:
Supply Stream Addresses These Supply Chain Problems:
Lost orders because of plant delays
Difficulty selling because of long lead times
Too frequent production plan rescheduling
Too many extra setups
Not enough capacity to focus on being more strategic with your sourcing
Product costs too high
On-time, in full rates too low
Too many customer complaints to customer service
Finished good inventory too high
Warehouse space tying up needed manufacturing space
So Now That We’ve Gotten your Attention:
How do you get others in your company to move on adopting a solution?
We have produced a series of brief videos that we call Infinity Loops that specifically address the doubting Thomases. These videos quickly illustrate supply chain scenarios with never-ending problems that need to be solved. Please take a few moments to view some or all of the scenarios to see which ones apply to you. Then share the scenario(s) with other decision makers in your company.
Use Our Supply Stream Calculator to Identify the Supply Chain Damage at Your Company.
When coming up with each range, use your powerful intuition built over years of experiences to estimate a high end that only has a 5% chance of being beaten and low number such that only 5% of the time the actual outcome will be worse.
What are your annual Sales?
What percentage of annual sales are raw materials only? (%)
What percentage of annual sales is expedited frieght (in & out)? (%)
What percentage of annual sales is inventory (RM + WIP + FG)? (%)
What percentage of annual sales is total debt? (%)
What is your company's percentage net profit margin? (%)
If your purchasing department had twice as much time, over a year, how much could they lower raw materials costs (%)
What percentage of annual sales are lost due to not meeting promised due dates? (%)
What percentage of annual sales are never ordered, because lead times are too long? (%)
By what percentage could you grow annual sales, if you could honestly advertise that your On-Time, In Full rate was over 90%? (%)