• Operational Optimization

Operational Optimization

The profitability of the company is partly dependent on operational improvements. Based on a new demand scenario, the company's operations must adapt to it. Those linked to the supply chain, as well as those linked to the staff, back-office. The company must take advantage of the opportunities offered by digitization to gain efficiency.

  • Align the sales plan with the operational and financial plans (review demand plan, production plan, sizing plan and financing needs plan)
  • Optimize the supply chain:
    • Procurement and purchasing: Raw materials, secondary materials, outsourced services, and maintenance
    • Analysis of the current supplier network and the main short-term reorganization alternatives
    • Production processes. Downsizing the workforce, stock reduction based on demand models and service level
    • Logistic processes: Transport and storage of raw materials and products (both in process and finished)
  • Staff restructuring. Definition of sizing objectives. Sizing objectives must be consistent with the activity level of the company, including organizational chart design
  • Cost reduction. Initial analysis of external costs, understand the size of current needs, concentrate suppliers, renegotiate conditions, all of which will have rapid impacts on the income statement
  • Operating model digitalization, improving processes, with agile and quick-to-implement solutions that translate into reductions in personnel volumes or contracted services
  • Support and guidance in the implementation of changes creating mixed teams with clients and getting involved to obtain results effectively