The White House has launched a cabinet-level supply chain council as the criticality of the topic rises to the top.
Only companies that automate, digitize, and utilize modern ERP systems and advanced technologies will survive, let alone thrive during the next decade. There is no doubt that volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA) have increased in importance since the pandemic, and even though progress has occurred, there is no end in sight.
Medtech companies’ focus on supply chain resiliency and mitigating supply chain risk has increased over the last few years as the pandemic triggered extended lead times, delays, and rising costs.
Lisa Anderson of LMA Consulting Group, was quoted in a SelectHub article about your ERP requirements checklist, and why a thorough ERP Requirements Template is vital.
Lisa Anderson was interviewed by Douglas Squirrel of the Squirrel Squadron on LinkedIn Live about technology in manufacturing and the supply chain.
In working across company sizes, industries, and geographies, in almost 20 years of business consulting, every single client without exception needed to better utilize data to improve customer service and bottom line results. Smart clients are turning data into insights so that they can pinpoint where to focus quickly.
Lisa Anderson, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Consultant Underscores the Rising Importance of ERP Strategy
Lisa Anderson underscores the pivotal role of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems in modern business strategy. LMA Consulting Group specializes in supporting manufacturers and distributors in strategic planning and comprehensive supply chain transformations, focusing on enhancing the customer experience and facilitating robust business growth.
A lack of visibility, labor shortages, and surging shipping costs make navigating the supply chain feel impossible.
In the last month, there has been a flurry of ERP related discussions. A client went live on an aggressive timeline with an ERP system with little to no data migration as there simply wasn't time.
Manufacturing is making a resurgence in the U.S. and other countries around the world. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there is a shortage of 550,000 stable manufacturing jobs to be filled in manufacturing businesses nationwide.