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Seamless supply chain management and visibility, around the world

A global food company with complex, far-reaching sourcing operations on four continents managed purchase orders and global production using a legacy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Supply chain activities were tracked manually with spreadsheets exchanged via email with logistics service providers.  The company’s senior management wanted an operational tool that would integrate supply chain management and execution in a visible fashion, allowing the logistics team to proactively manage the supply chain in order to improve service and avoiding unnecessary costs.

After a highly competitive process, the company engaged Jones Lang LaSalle’s Supply Chain & Logistics Solutions team to implement an enhanced interactive, web-based supply chain management system. Together, we analyzed the supply chain network and designed core operational modules such as interfaces with logistics providers and the ERP system to ensure the efficient date flow specific to client needs.  Customized functionalities include a parts database, cross-border operations and interactive DC appointment scheduling.  The end result:  a supply chain management tool that fits the client’s needs, anywhere in the world.

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