$5 Million in Supply Chain Savings Average When Employing Quality Initiatives - Study

No monumental breakthroughs, but incremental improvements add up for quality projects, Best Practices reports


No monumental breakthroughs, but incremental improvements add up for quality projects, Best Practices reports









  • 40 percent of sampled companies saved at least one hundred times the amount they invested in their quality efforts.


  • Most companies achieve the biggest impact when focusing their quality efforts for the supply chain on demand/supply management and planning; production planning and scheduling; capacity planning and optimization; actual production; and inventory and warehouse management.


  • Benchmarked organizations agree that practices of peer company leaders and other industry leaders are critical to identifying the supply chain critical improvement opportunities.


  • One company was able to reduce complex supply/demand matches from 4-5 days to one minute.



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