Supply Chain Operations

Business Applications


Supply Chain

Supply chain management is an active management of supply chain activities to maximize customer value and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. Organizations may only pay attention to what was happening within their “four walls.” Few businesses understand, the entire chain of activities that ultimately delivered products to the final customer. The result would be a disjointed and often ineffective supply chain. Supply chain activities cover everything from product development, sourcing, production, and logistics, as well as the information systems needed to coordinate these activities

Years ago, companies could succeed by being particularly good in marketing, finance or production.
Nowadays, they recognize the need to have sufficient capabilities across multiple functional areas in order to survive, such as an adequate operation of procurement, warehousing and logistics.Through the years, Convertas had helped organizations to be able to provide quality products in a timely, cost-effective manner.

Whether a company is aiming for a geographical expansion, a new market penetration or a new strategic product development, our intervention will help to reduce revenue at risk from potential supply chain disruption and optimize working capital and operating costs with new tools and better processes.

While understanding the challenges our clients face and having an in-depth knowledge of the industry, we help them overcome those challenges by adopting tailored Supply Chain operations.

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Deliver Quality Products on Time at a Lower Cost

Whether a large or Medium Manufacturing Enterprise, we help you set up an efficient Operation for your Supply Chain to:

  1. Provide an unbroken chain of material for production avoiding shortages
  2. Manage Stores and Inventory accuracy avoiding inaccurate bills of materials
  3. Arrange on time material deliveries avoiding production reporting error
  4. Design logistics to deliver goods on time avoiding shipping errors and damages
  5. Reduce wastage avoiding un-reported scrap


Expand sourcing opportunities: Working within a globalized environment gives room to source not only materials and products from far-off places, but also tap into workers that may be the best fit for businesses to achieve their goals.

Reach new customers in new markets: Businesses can consider entirely new customer segments based on new locations, representing new needs and product growth opportunities.

Grow: As business consider new sources for resources (people and products) and new avenues for customer growth, the other overall growth potential increases.

Lower cost: Overall, the largest impact point of globalization is positive impact to the bottom line, saving money on materials and labor, and on transportation, all resulting in reduced spending and increased margins.


  • Audit Results: This will deliver a support the management in the assessment of the Supply Chain Operations
  • Gap Analysis: Based on the audit results we analyze the gap be− tween those results and the requirement of Operation
  • Target Setting: Prioritizing the targets of opportunities for improve−