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Improve top-line growth and lower costs

Traditional, linear supply chains are evolving into a set of dynamic digital supply networks, allowing dramatically increased differentiation. 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 Supply Chain practice focuses on delivering practical, strategy-driven value through advisory services that optimize, reinvent, digitize and improve the supply chain from end to end — design, plan, source, make, and deliver. We tackle organizations’ 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; Healthcare & Life Sciences; and Public Sector.

SWOT-analysis of logistics in Russia

Are the latest developments in logistics a catastrophe or rather a new opportunity for retailers and manufacturers? What are the strengths and weaknesses of corporate logistics functions? What threats and opportunities does the current situation pose for their partners and logistics operators? Vardan Gasparyan, Director of Deloitte’s Supply Chain Management practice, describes the ongoing development trends in logistics that have shaped the industry since 2013 and 2014 as well as the new trends to be expected in the near future. Vardan’s presentation “SWOT-analysis of logistics in Russia” is now available on the Deloitte website.

Big data and analytical models in logistics and SCM

Present-day supply chains

Present-day supply chains are becoming more and more complex and multidimensional. They require analysis of an ever-increasing flow of data to ensure the effective use of resources and expand capabilities, as well as manage supply-chain risks.

The Deloitte Global CPO Survey 2013

The Deloitte CPO Global Survey report presents the findings from our 2013 survey, comprising of over 180 responses across 18 countries. The participants have a combined turnover of US$2.7 trillion across the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia, and cover all major industry groups.

Ripple effects

Key risks of supply chain management in Russia and around the world

The Deloitte CPO Global Survey report presents the findings from our 2013 survey, comprising of over 180 responses across 18 countries. The participants have a combined turnover of US$2.7 trillion across the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia, and cover all major industry groups.

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Christopher Armitage

Christopher Armitage

Partner,Head of Consulting Department in CIS

Christopher has over 15 years of management consulting experience with a focus on strategy and operational consulting experience across a range of industries, including Financial Services and Telecomm... More

Askar Khamzin

Askar Khamzin

Director, Consulting

Director of Consulting at Deloitte CIS, based in Nur-Sultan/Astana. He has over 15 years of professional experience on various positions  in large Kazakhstani industrial and oil and gas companies. He ... More