INNOVARE SOLUTIONS | Supply Chain Management
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Supply Chain Management

Customer satisfaction is our main target. With Supply Chain Management, we combine a process-driven approach with action to deliver measurable business value. We connect the know-why to the know-how to be more efficient. We help our customers to be able to deliver smarter: quickly, at the lowest cost and the right time.


Supply Chain Optimization (SCO) is the process of identifying inefficiencies in supply chains and creating solutions that reduce cost, enhance service and improve processes – often in response to market changes or individual business objectives.

Total improvement:
Using customized simulation and benchmarking tools, we re-design entire supply chains based on strategic or tactical needs. From the smallest changes in operations to relocating an entire facility, SCO does anything and everything to make improvements.

The success of a company generally depends on the efficiency with which it can design, manufacture and distribute its products in an increasingly competitive global economy. We help our customers to take many decisions, these decisions include:

  • what products to make and what their designs should be
  • how much, when, where and from whom to buy product
  • how much, when and where to produce product
  • how much and when to ship from one facility to another
  • how much, when and where to store product
  • how much, when and where to charge for products
  • how much, when and where to provide facility capacity


(SCOR) is a management tool used to address, improve, and communicate supply chain management decisions within a company and with suppliers and customers of a company. The model describes the business processes required to satisfy a customer’s demands. It also helps to explain the processes along the entire supply chain and provides a basis for how to improve those processes. The SCOR model has proven to benefit companies that use it to identify supply chain problems. The model enables full leverage of capital investment, creation of a supply chain road map, alignment of business functions.

SCOR tool is considered to be one of the most promising models for supply chain strategic decision making. This framework focuses on five areas of the supply chain:



  • Demand and supply planning and management.



  • Describe sourcing infrastructure and material acquisition.



  • Manufacturing and production decision: manufacturing process make-to-order, make-to-stock, or engineer-to-order?



  • Delivery includes order management, warehousing, and transportation.



  • Companies must be prepared to handle the return of containers, packaging, or defective product.


  • Supply Chain Strategy
  • Customer Management
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Six Sigma
  • SCOR Model
  • Planning
  • Warehouse Management
  • Sourcing