Most supply chain managers face a 24/7 work cycle that results in decreased productivity, employee burnout, high turnover rates, and low company morale. However, it’s possible to run an efficient, well-organized, and competitive supply chain without that relentless workload. Learn how Supply Chain Service Management (SCSM) improves supply chain operations by eliminating inefficiencies, streamlining disruptions, standardizing workflows, and utilizing data-driven insights to drive continuous improvement. This guide depicts a day in the life of a supply chain manager, with and without SCSM, to clearly illustrate its value and benefits.
Through less firefighting, more collaboration, and a proactive culture of continuous improvement.
Including enhanced logistics, inventory management, claim and penalty management, and event management.
A faster, more efficient supply chain allows for the protection and growth of revenue.
“I was working 50 hours a week and was never caught up or capturing everything we needed. Now I’m working 40 hours a week. We have more data than we’ve ever had. And when I go home, my desk is completely clean.”
- Janice Hoffert, Food Service Customer Support at Ken’s Foods
See the Clear Difference Supply Chain Service Management Makes in Your Day
Supply chain managers know all too well the story of endless work and chaos. Take a walk on the simpler side of supply chain management, through this guide that illustrates the dramatic differences SCSM makes in a day in the life of a supply chain manager. You’ll receive a clear description of what SCSM is, how it works, and a clear description of improvements you can count on. Customer testimonials further prove out SCSM’s power, by sharing the positive changes it brought to their supply chain processes, company culture, and job in general.