The supply chain manager knows better than anyone what an integral performance improvement of the chain can bring about. Thanks to the chain management and architecture method, insight is created into what can be produced where, what alternative possibilities there are, and what quantitative and qualitative consequences this has for the product or the business.
Asintik has solid knowledge of the diversity in the chain, examining inventory heights, obsoleteness and responsiveness. In this way – together with the knowledge of the multidisciplinary team from within the organization – we can give good choice motives for issues concerning make or buy, allocation and currency risks.
Because Asintik thinks in clear (chain) structures and is moreover used to working cost-driven, concrete analyses can be provided to optimize the performance of the chain. This simultaneously includes several performance indicators that are important to you. These are optimized in the right balance.
Asintik’s added value:
- It calculates the entire mix of performance indicators that matter to you. For example: responsiveness, inventory levels, lead times, value in the chain, added cost et cetera.
- Redesigns can be calculated easily and quickly. More testing and insight building upfront are possible before the actual time-consuming and sometimes costly implementation down the chain of change.
- Remove risks of sub-optimization and of unsubstantiated information;
- The capabilities of the product and the process are identified.
- Opportunities for cost savings and other improvements are formulated.
- Alternatives and risks are clearly identified.
Asintik offers this method within the Quantitative Chain Performance Analysis product (supply chain analysis, production analysis and chain analysis). Asintik uses software developed in-house for this purpose. This can be used to quickly and reliably create a customized chain analysis model. Specific to your situation and specific to your critical performance indicators.