A supply chain is a network that connects a company and its suppliers to produce and distribute a specific product or set of products to the final buyer. The supply chain network includes different activities, entities, information, and resources. The supply chain also represents the steps required to get the product or service from its original state to the end customer.
Companies develop resilient supply chains in an effort to produce high quality products, remain competitive in the business landscape, and reduce costs.
Supply chain management is a crucial process because an optimized supply chain will result in faster production cycles, lower costs, and better business operations.
Severe Storms, Trade wars, and the COVID Pandemic have caused major disruption to global supply chains. Now more than ever, companies see the value of resilient and sustainable supply chains. Nitor has been helping companies to re-invent and improve supply chains since the early 2000’s.
Whether an organization wants to transform their supply chain from end-to-end or make incremental improvements through implementation of best-in-class supply chain technology, Nitor is an excellent partner to embark on this journey.
In today’s global, nonlinear, and distributed economy, the power to transform an organization’s supply chain from disconnected to a collaborative and digitally connected supply network gives organizations the power to sense and respond to supply chain demands quickly.
The Nitor team couples our Supply Chain expertise with our Change Management and digital transformation capabilities to drive optimal customer outcomes.
SAP Supply Chain Collaboration (SCC) is part of a dynamic, digital marketplace where millions of buyers and suppliers, operating in more than 190 countries, transact trillions of dollars in business commerce every year. Nitor was part of the birth and development of this commerce network in 2001 and has leveraged this powerful network to build thousands of successful customer outcomes ever since.
SAP SCC enables companies to integrate direct material suppliers into the organization’s planning and execution systems. Traditionally, integration of direct suppliers has been a patchwork of point-to-point solutions comprised of: EDI, e-mail, and even faxes. SAP Supply Chain Collaboration extends Supply Chain information and capabilities to all trading partners in the supply network. This allows for real-time collaborative and digital exchange of planning, forecasting, purchasing, inventory, and fulfillment transactions. By enabling this complex connectivity, companies improve traceability and end-to-end visibility of all supply chain operations.