Supply Chain/ Operations

You are responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of your company, which means you are responsible for the development, design, operation, and improvement of the processes that create and deliver your firm’s products/services. You marshal limited resources to the most productive uses with the aim of creating maximum value, and are responsible for Supply Chain Management, Procurement and Manufacturing.

Globalization, compliance pressures and supply market risk have simultaneously elevated the importance of effective operations and increased supply management challenges. Cost reduction expectations rest heavily on the shoulders of operations. Jonova helps deliver significant bottom-line results by allowing you to make strategic decisions that yield supply chain cost savings without sacrificing customer expectations.

You can use Jonova’s integrated operations and financial simulation software to optimize a number of Operations and Supply Chain processes including:

  • Sales and Operations Planning: drive cross-functional alignment and coordination, make critical tradeoffs with full financial visibility across the value chain, and enable simultaneous charts/reports on multiple scenarios
  • Long Range Capacity Planning: upgrade and improve your long range capacity planning processes, which is often closely linked to your technology and asset strategies
  • Global Supply Chain Design and Optimization: uncover bottlenecks, improve logistics and contract planning, and establish a supply chain that is responsive and resilient
  • Strategic Sourcing: maximize returns from outsourcing arrangements
  • Supply Chain Segmentation: segment and cluster your product/customer portfolios from a supply chain perspective, and then align these clusters with specific supply chain designs. Matching product/customer clusters with appropriate supply chains can balance customer service and supply chain costs.
  • Supply Risk Management: analyze the ramifications of supply and demand disruptions occurring while maximizing the responsiveness and resilience of your supply chains so to withstand the effects of major disruptions, whether caused by economic conditions, politics, nature or governments
  • Supplier Risk Management: manage global sourcing deals from a vendor risk management perspective. Regularly assess your ability to switch providers and contract for appropriate levels of transitional assistance/disentanglement services from the service provider in the event of contract termination, including service continuation guarantees during the transition.
  • Procurement Optimization: reduce the cost of materials and services, increase supplier on-time delivery rates, and improve incoming materials quality