The White House has launched a cabinet-level supply chain council as the criticality of the topic rises to the top.
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.
Companies went global for the past few decades with a gusto to save labor costs. The pandemic jolted many Executives eyes open to the risks in the global supply chain. Suddenly, companies were reevaluating their global footprint with an eye to cost, risk (supply chain, geopolitical, etc.), customer performance, etc.
Lisa Anderson of LMA Consulting Group was quoted in the Snowflake blog about how data is critical to healthcare - especially in times of supply chain vulnerability as a result of natural and man-made disasters.
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.
Global supply chains are on the move. Executives have been hit with the harsh reality that the risk (supply chain, geopolitical, cyber, IP, etc.) is far higher than they realized when they outsourced with an eye to cost.
Manufacturing appears to be turning the corner. According to the ISM, the Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) recorded a contraction but at the slowest pace of the recent cycle. In fact, this is the third straight month of improvement.
A lack of visibility, labor shortages, and surging shipping costs make navigating the supply chain feel impossible.