Digital Operations Strategy
Digital is not a strategy, it is a business strategy in a digital age.
The goal of digital operations strategy is to allow you to harness your digital capabilities. How quickly you are able to devise and implement a strategy will significantly affect just how competitive you are in the next few years.
We can help you tap into your digital capabilities:
Benchmark against your peers
Evaluate industry trends
Identify capability gaps
Develop a digital roadmap
Connected Supply Chain
We help you optimise your end-to-end supply chain, tailoring to your market needs and helping you gain competitive advantage in terms of service level, cost and asset efficiency, and flexibility.
Using our proprietary supply chain tool, the Supply Chain Opportunity and Optimisation Platform (SCOOP), we are able to provide rapid insight into your supply chain performance. Using advanced analytics – including machine learning, simulation and optimisation – we are able to identify and address your complex supply chain challenges, helping you identify quick wins.
SCOOP helps clients answer some of their most pressing questions:
How do I gain rapid visibility into my Supply Chain performance?
How do I identify and quantify hard-to-find benefits?
What does my optimal supply chain look like?
How can I manage my supply chain in real time?
Smart Manufacturing uses the digitisation of data to help factories transition into an agile and distributed model to increase factory efficiency and asset performance and extend asset life.
To help manufacturers become more data-driven, we have developed a set of analytics solutions which aim to help you:
Reduce product defects
Increase asset performance and life
Improve process visibility
Increase factory up-time
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a powerful tool which performs manual, time-consuming and rules-based office tasks more efficiently by reducing cycle time and at lower costs compared to other automation solutions.
RPA allows separate business units within a company to customise solutions to rapidly digitise processes, delivering significant and sustainable value in short timeframes while reducing overall risks. By deploying RPA operations at the business unit level, managers can support repetitive processes without conforming to centralised standards. This allows flexibility to be preserved while still achieving efficiencies and cost savings.
The key factors for successful RPA transformation:
Automating as much as possible
Focusing on front-end processes
Aiming for 100% auditability