Business analytics explore your organization’s data, with an emphasis on statistical analysis. Analytics are used to determine data-driven decision-making.
Bench-marking is one of the best tools for determining whether a company is performing functions & activities efficiently and whether its costs & rates are in line with those of competitors or need improvement.
The process of ensuring that the use of service providers and IT suppliers does not create an unacceptable potential for business disruption or a negative impact on business performance.
The key is consolidation of your contracts & agreements into one location, where you can quickly view, manage warranty exit dates, additions/removals & monitor service levels.
Cost reduction is the process used by companies to reduce their costs and increase their profits. Depending on a company’s services or product, the strategies can vary.
Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) is the process of compiling and analyzing an organization’s long-term financial strategy.
Compliance and standardization includes negotiating the terms & conditions in contracts and ensuring compliance with the terms & conditions, as well as documenting and agreeing on any changes or amendments.
Vendor Management Accountability and transparency are cornerstones of solid business practices, so even if you have the utmost trust and confidence in your vendors, you should still ensure that the relationship is as transparent as possible.
Vendor rating is the result of a formal vendor evaluation system. Vendors or suppliers are given standing, status, or title according to their attainment of some level of performance, such as delivery, lead time, quality, price, or some combination of variables.
Cost management is a continuous process that takes place during vendor management to determine and control the resources needed to perform activities or create assets. Cost control includes procedures to detect variances in billing and identify quickly any errors.
Successful Asset Management in an organizations involves the balancing of costs, opportunities and risks associated with internal and external assets against the desired performance, to achieve the organizational objectives.
Business Process Improvement is important in order for organizations to determine how well processes are running, and whether they are delivering maximum value to the business and activities are processing accurately and efficiently.
Experts in 3rd Party negotiations. Provide relief from single-supplier reliance and provide quicker engagement (especially in cases of a supplier backlog), cost competitiveness, and higher service levels.
Vendor management includes sustainable improvement areas of companies facing significant financial and operational challenges, including rapidly deteriorating performance indicators and cost concerns.