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m PRESENTED BY-

m ATUL GOEL
m HIMANSHU KHANDELWAL
m PUNEET KUMAWAT
m TAPAN SHAROTRI
m VAISHNU DASS
m VIKAS KISHANWAL
m History and Background.
m Benefits of SCM.
m Recognizing interdepencies.
m Cycle times
m Velocity management.
m Supply chain design or Strategy.

m Supply chain planning.

m Supply chain operation.


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- Customer order cycle.
- Replenishment cycle.
- Manufacturing cycle.
- Procurement cycle.

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m Drivers :
- Inventory
- Transportation.
- Information.
- Enabling Technologies
a. EDI
b. Internet
c. ERP
d. SCM software
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- Increasing variety of products


- Decreasing product life cycles
- Increasingly demanding customers
- Fragmentation of supply chain ownership
- Globalization
- Difficulty in executing new strategies
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- e commerce
- internet based procurement.
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It has built-in demand cleansing so that forecasters
won't be misled by these anomalies.
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Seasonal profile management in Demand Forecasting
automatically accounts for seasonal
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DThis tool improves productivity by enabling


automatic detection and self-correction of many
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D[Annualized Hours and Aggregate Planning,[


presents a new, useful idea for aggregate planning
called Annualized Hours (AH).
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DSeemingly infinite combinations of locations, products and
forecasting models

DThe differing time horizons and forecasting methods for


assortment planning, financial planning and replenishment
planning

DThe cleansing of historical demand


DSeasonal profiling
DForecast exceptions
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m DISTRIBUTION CENTERS
m STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
m PRODUCT DESIGN COORDINATION
m INFORMATON TECHNOLOGY
INFRASTRUCTURE
m WHERE-TO-MAKE AND WHAT-TO-MAKE
m ALIGNING OVERALL ORGANISATIONAL
STRATEGY WITH SUPPLY.
m Sourcing contracts and other purchasing decisions.
m Production decisions, including contracting, locations, scheduling,
and planning process definition.
m Inventory decisions, including quantity, location, and quality of
inventory.
m Transportation strategy, including frequency, routes, and contracting.
m Benchmarking of all operations against competitors and
implementation of best practices throughout the enterprise.
m Milestone payments
m Daily production and distribution planning, including all nodes
in the supply chain.
m Production scheduling for each manufacturing facility in the
supply chain (minute by minute).
m Demand planning and forecasting, coordinating the demand
forecast of all customers and sharing the forecast with all
suppliers.
m Sourcing planning, including current inventory and forecast
demand, in collaboration with all suppliers.
m Inbound operations, including transportation from suppliers
and receiving inventory.
m Production operations, including the consumption
of materials and flow of finished goods.
m Outbound operations, including all fulfillment
activities and transportation to customers.
m Order promising, accounting for all constraints in
the supply chain, including all suppliers,
manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, and
other customers.
m DISTRIBUTION NETWORK CONFIGURATION
m DISTRIBUTION STRATEGY WHETHER
CENTRALIZED OR DECENTRAIZED OR PUCH OR
PULL OR THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS.
m INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
m CASH FLOW
m SUPPLY CHAIN EXECUTION FLOW SHOULD BE
BEDIRECTIONAL