Rapidly take control of the past due crisis.
“Outstanding job driving the required hardware all quarter to ensure sites had parts that could be turned in short order for revenue. We had record breaking PTS numbers and it, without question, helped make up revenue in some other areas of the business where we had shortfalls. Thank you!”
Customer Operations Manager at a major manufacturer of aircraft engines and avionics
What is Supplier Surveillance?
Supplier Surveillance is an expression used in our line of service to describe overseeing the manufacturing activity of a supplier. It consists of assessing and validating a facilities operation, identifying and resolving issues, addressing roadblocks, and alleviating the risk of supply disruption if any.
What does Delivery Assurance?
It generally refers to a service that targets a specific product and consists of making sure the product is delivered to its customer on time by tracking the target items step by step from the start of production to on-dock delivery at the customer facility.
What is Supplier Recovery?
Supplier Recovery is an expression used to describe a series of actions and initiatives taken to restore, to a client’s expectation, a supplier’s overall on-time delivery performance.
How will Supplier Surveillance help my business?
Supplier Surveillance will help your business by providing increased visibility on your supply chain, building sustainable relationships with your vendor, and mitigating the risk of supply disruption in the future. It prevents supply chain issues before they hit you.
How will Supplier Recovery help my business?
Supplier recovery will re-start production lines quickly, increase your supplier’s performance and reliability in a sustainable way.
How will Delivery Assurance help my business?
Having eyes and ears on your critical supplies will reduce procurement delays and queue time along the manufacturing process and ultimately keep critical parts flowing to their destination.
How to handle and avoid disruptions in your supply chain?
Maintaining a good relationship with your vendors helps them help you. Above all, do state of the art due diligence with your vendors to avoid setting them up for failure, provide visibility on your orders to them and regularly interact and visit them.
How to measure success in the supply chain?
KPIs include on-time delivery and quality metrics. If your supplier is successful, you will be too. Failing your suppliers will make you fail.
How can training your suppliers help your supply chain?
Your supply chain is only as good and reliable as your worst suppliers. Helping your suppliers develop and succeed will benefit you. Consider it an investment rather than an expense.