“Companies need to come clean and eliminate common supply chain offenses to deliver the greatest value to their customers.”
The demand for excellence involving all parts of the supply chain process has intensified. To maintain orders and improve the quality of business, organizations must have efficient supply chain solutions in place. When implementing new programs, it is wise to assess supply chain models and procedures as an essential step to enhance service with suppliers, partners and customers. Plenty of measures can be put in place to help companies operate at optimal levels. On the flip side, there are common “cardinal sins” that can add cost and time and damage brand reputation—these can and should be prevented to keep supply chain efficiency and customer satisfaction high.