Improve top-line growth and lower costs
No matter how innovative or well-conceived your business strategy, if your operations can't meet the mark, that strategy can never become reality
Deloitte’s Global Supply Chain practice focuses on delivering practical, strategy-driven value through advisory services that optimise, reinvent, and improve the supply chain from end to end – design, plan, source, make and deliver. We tackle organisations’ most complex issues by drawing on global capabilities that span all areas of business strategy and operations and industries including Consumer & Industrial Products, Energy & Resources; Financial Services; Technology, Media & Telecom; and Health Sciences & Government.
Topics in the spotlight
The Global Chief Procurement Officer Survey 2018
For the past seven years, the Global Chief Procurement Officer Survey has provided a global benchmark of the sentiment or procurement leaders and an insight into the key themes and challenges facing procurement, including market dynamics, value and collaboration, talent and leadership, and digital procurement.
We received responses from 504 procurement leaders across 39 countries, with 40 responses from Belgian Procurement Leaders.
This year’s report focuses on leadership, digital and innovation and provides a clear action plan to help procurement leaders deliver increased value, collaborate more effectively, enhance capabilities and improve operational performance.
Consumer Products & Retail Pulse Check
End of 2017, beginning of 2018 our Supply Chain and Operations service line launched a pulse check on trends in the Consumer Business and Retail industry. A wide variety of senior supply chain professionals, active in Belgian’s most renowned CP&R companies, has participated in the survey.
The Pulse Check aimed at getting insights in the trends, challenges and priorities Consumer Products & Retail companies face when operating their Supply Chain.
Digital Supply Network
Dramatic advances in computing memory and processing are spurring entrepreneurs to develop innovative new digital technologies and capabilities. These technologies, including new sensors and artificial intelligence (also called machine learning and cognitive computing), create the foundation for analytics and a conversion between the physical and digital worlds, transforming traditional, linear supply chains into connected, intelligent, scalable, customizable, and nimble supply networks. The Deloitte Digital Supply Networks offering helps companies and business leaders capitalize on this opportunity, create competitive advantage, and compete to win.
Supply Chain in Life Sciences
This report, produced by LogiPharma, in collaboration with Deloitte, analyses the responses from leading figures in pharmaceutical supply chain on the key challenges, priorities and opportunities currently facing the industry.
Industry 4.0 and distribution centers
Transforming distribution operations through innovation: Warehouse-based stockpiling of inventory has been transforming into high-velocity distribution centers, which are increasingly considered strategic to providing competitive advantage. Industry 4.0 can aid the distribution center’s evolution, enabling adaptable, automated systems that can work with humans.
Building your Omni-Channel Journey
Today’s landscape is changing rapidly. Influenced by new technologies, there is a clear change in the digital and supplier landscape. The customer is 24/7 connected and informed, his expectations are changing and increasing.
These evolutions have stimulated the market to move towards an omni-channel supply chain. Deloitte has developed a series of point-of-views, shedding light on how companies could answer changing market needs and turning omni-channel challenges into competitive advantages.
- Deloitte named a leader in Digital Supply Chain Planning & Design Consulting by ALM Intelligence
- Deloitte named global leader in Business Analytics Services by Gartner
- Deloitte named a global leader in Next-Generation Sourcing Strategy Consulting by Kennedy
- Deloitte named a global leader in Procurement Operations Consulting by Kennedy