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Operations excellence can drive not only cost savings that can be seen in the bottom line, but improve business value, mitigate risks and create transparency in supply management.
We support our clients across industries in business led, technology enabled transformations, reliably targeting and delivering value – from strategy to result. KPMG International has expanded its global footprint to become one of the world's leading suppliers of consultancy services in strategic sourcing, procurement and supply chain management.
Let us help you with full-scale business model transformations as well as targeted improvements. Our combination of financial rigor, deep analytical capabilities, and extensive subject matter expertise cuts across industries and geographies to help you improve operations, including these key areas below:
How do you measure up?
Want to find out how your organization compares to others? Contact us to find out how we can provide you with real insight into your organization’s operations maturity level – and how you can drive even more value to the business.
Find out what leading manufacturers are doing to drive growth.
Will procurement be determined by algorithms in 2035? How will digitalization influence the daily routine of procurement? Will the status quo remain unchanged? Future-proof procurement – an outlook study by KPMG and Florida State University – uses scenarios to show what the future of procurement could look like.
Mr. Erich L. Gampenrieder
Promising strategies to address today’s disruptive threats and give a sense of the degree of agility required in your supply chain.
KPMG’s 2016 Omnichannel Retail Survey analyses key trends from over 250 retailers and reviews their impact on the supply chain.
The Modern Slavery Act introduces the concept of 'transparency in supply chains' and requires all commercial organizations which carry on a business in the UK with a total annual turnover of at least £36M to produce an annual slavery and human trafficking statement.