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Supply Chain


KPMG Can Help

Amidst ever-changing technological, economic and regulatory challenges, manufacturing and service companies alike need effective supply chain management to accelerate their corporate growth strategies, increase operational efficiency, and offer new and differentiated value to their customers.

KPMG understands the complexities of designing and managing supply chains. Our advisors have assisted clients to:

  • Expand their geographic footprints, from both a market penetration and a cost-efficiency perspective
  • Harness the flexibility of outsourced manufacturing and logistics operations
  • Become more demand-driven in their supply chain planning and execution processes
  • Achieve greater visibility and transparency in their decision making
  • Reduce revenue at risk from potential supply chain disruption
  • Optimize working capital and operating costs with new tools and better processes

Our approach helps create and sustain bottom-line value across the extended supply chain -- from suppliers to customers.

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Aim for Supply Chain Excellence

Demand Driven Supply Chains
Set your sights on transforming the traditional supply chain into an integrated multitier supply network -- eliminating information latency and unnecessary touch points, reducing operating costs, and improving profitability and customer service.

Drive Supply Chain Excellence through Performance Metrics
Learn how to update your performance metrics to get more meaningful measurements and a broader understanding of business and financial implications.

Becoming Resilient
Leverage advanced analytical techniques and visualization technologies that can provide you with a predictive 360° view of global operations risk and enable you to take steps to address them before they happen.

Strategic Integrated Business Planning
Meet financial targets, strengthen customer relationships and establish accountability.

Transform Planning into a Decisive Competitive Advantage
Ensure all of your business functions -- from finance to operations to marketing and sales -- are all pulling in the same direction in driving customer value and bottom line benefits.


Be Efficient and Innovative

Global Manufacturing Outlook 2015
Explore this survey of 368 senior executives in six industries. Responses indicate that reducing costs and preparing for new product launches are high priorities for manufacturing supply chain organizations.

Supply Chain Transformation: Vision to Realization
Learn how the supply chain was a key lever to lowering operating expenses and enhancing revenue for a Midstream Corporation.

Supply Chain Agility: Managing Change
Read KPMG's report on supply chain maturity, based on a global survey of 80 supply chain directors.

Dynamic Data
Use demand driven supply chain technology to move parts and products with efficiency, meeting local demand.

Automotive Now with Rob Barrett
Watch this short video to understand how leveraging cloud-based technology can improve the supply chain.

Life Sciences: Unlocking Hidden Value within Regulatory Affairs
Achieve strategic goals, with global resources supporting an integrated regulatory affairs strategy.

Get more insight on supply chains from the KPMG Institutes.


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Contact Brian Higgins
Brian Higgins

Supply Chain and Operations Advisory