Supply Chain & Logistics
ASIL, Inc. specializes in the design and implementation of Supply Chain & Logistics solutions to achieve client’s objectives. Supply Chains are complex processes often embedded with delays; many touch points, and a general lack of visibility. As such, many supply chain designs never reach their full potential. The designs fall short of stakeholder expectations, return on investment targets, and more importantly, the expectations for delivering customer delight.
By combining ASIL’s extensive Supply Chain Management experience and proven methodologies, our designs propel your performance to new levels. All engagements include a knowledge transfer process designed to develop the skills and confidence your team requires to seize future opportunities. Our expertise spans; Reverse Logistics, Secondary Markets, Recycling, Sustainability, and Service Parts Management.
Within the Supply Chain & Logistics area of ASIL, Inc., there are some critical practices used to help clients understand and improve their performance. We’ve listed them and briefly described each practice below.
Plan event driven or time based assessment schedules, budget and report assessment costs and assign assessment resources. Communicate and schedule assessment activities with internal or external functions, perform assessments including document findings and observations. Assign corrective action requirements and utilize schedule reports and stoplight reports to track activities and results.
Detail the entire process map for a given function, identifying and recording key process steps, and documenting key performance indicators and desired performance levels.
Supplier & Partner Management
Personnel to develop selection criteria, identify and vet potential service providers, and manage the RFI, RFP, RFQ and BAFO processes to find you the best possible solution to your service provider needs.
Risk Mitigation and Management
Throughout the program implementation we will identify apparent risks, categorize and weigh those risks, and will propose mitigation strategies to reduce any inherent exposure.