Risk Analysis Management (SCRM) and Contingency Planning Software and Tools

Build a Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Strategy for Sustained Competitive Advantage

If you’re focusing your supply chain risk analysis and contingency planning strategy solely on unplanned events such as hurricanes or fire, you’re missing the “meat” of risk management:  having a supply chain risk analysis tool and keeping your supply chain strategy in line with continuously-changing market conditions and corporate objectives. What constitutes risk to one business may not be for another, and what may be a significant risk for one product line may not be for another, even within the same business. The key risk for most companies is performing poorly versus their competitors. What makes this challenging is that “superior performance versus competitors” may take on different characteristics depending on market conditions, product types, geographies, or economic circumstances.

CURRENT PRODUCTION
Analysis of Existing Suppliers
FUTURE PRODUCTION
Strategy for New Programs
VISIBILITY
What is my current supply risk profile?
SCENARIO ANALYSIS
What if we try this? What if that happens?
RAPID RESPONSE
How should I react to an unplanned event?
SUPPLY CHAIN RISK ANALYTICS PLATFORM
Risk Profile – Sourcing Footprint – Production Flowpath – Transportation Mode – Inventory Placement
CLOUD DATA SERVICES
Political Stability – Corruption – Labor – Natural Disasters – Infrastructure – Taxes
CORPORATE SUPPLY NETWORK DATA
Parts – Bills of Material – Costs – Facilities – Suppliers – Demand – Lead Times – Capacities

In order to effectively plan for future production, a company must be able to fully visualize and understand its current operation. Continuous redesign of the supply chain, considering alternative models for the scenarios that present the most risk to the business, is the best form of risk mitigation.

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SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK OPTIMIZATION SOFTWARE

The LLamasoft supply chain design software platform provides the most complete and easy-to-use risk analysis and contingency planning functionality in the market, including:

Visibility

What is the current structure and flow of goods through my supply chain?

Scenario Analysis

What if we try this? How would my supply chain react to this?

Rapid Response

How should I react to this unplanned event? How quickly can we make contingency plans?

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High-Tech Manufacturer Saves $66 Million Annually Adjusting Shipping Strategy

Following flooding in Thailand, the company re-designed its air-freight based supply chain and examine different transportation modes–for millions in savings.

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Post-Merger Supply Network Rationalization and Cost Analysis of Managing Supply Chain Risk

he company used network optimization for post-merger supply network rationalization and cost analysis for managing supply chain risk.

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Network and Inventory Optimization for More Efficient Supply Chains

Company wanted to explore balancing and redistribution of production and evaluate potential impact of droughts and extreme weather on operations.

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Three Elements of Supply Chain Risk Management

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