The best practice model has been applied to over 800 supply chains currently in the database to permit an effective supply chain performance comparisons to be made and to identify areas for potential improvement.
“Our promise to our customers is to provide timely, correct and challenging information that assists the pursuit of improved performance on the path to world class”.
are benchmarked with World Class Supply Chains from our database.
Our customers come from a wide variety of industries as can be seen from the chart below. Our benchmarking database consists of inputs from organisations spanning the globe.
|History||Since 1993 BMS has focused on supply chain development and improvement. This has been supported by an approach leveraging a strong fact-based database of supply chain performance data and our leading practice business improvement peer groups.|
|Service Focus||The core business of BMS is developing a clarity of understanding for clients of the service delivered and the cost of delivering that service across their supply chain operations.|
|Fact Based||The BMS supply chain performance database greatly assists in gaining organisational buy-in for change initiatives by being able to use facts to emphatically demonstrate current performance and what is possible.|
|Operational Depth||BMS has successfully completed supply chain performance improvement audits for a variety of clients from small to large organisations across a wide range of industries.|
|Proven Track Record||BMS has been benchmarking supply chain and building a database for over 17 years with clients who frequently advise that the service exceeded their expectations|
|Customer Alignment||BMS regularly work alongside the client on major change projects, supplement client teams and align with client environments to deliver sustainable performance improvement outcomes.|
|Performance Monitoring||Ability to periodically and accurately measure supply chain performance and contrast it with broader market movements facilitates strong management insight into ongoing performance|
|Pragmatic Outcomes||The combination of strong operational skills and supported by an extensive fact base enables BMS to pragmatically drive sustainable business value.|
|Risk Management||Depth of operational, safety and industrial relations understanding alongside an extensive understanding of supply chains allows insightful and proactive risk management|
Supply chain performance metrics or KPI's from the basis of the BMS benchmarking approach
|1.||Health check of Supply Chain – overall well being of organisation||
Organisation can strategically answer -
Is this where we want to be?
|BMS Outputs Relevant – Service & Cost Cloud, Inputs & Outputs Cloud, Level 1 SC KPIs.|
|2.||Where to Look in Supply Chain to confirm health?||Supply Chain visibility across the organisation.||Radars – Outputs and Inputs, Probability of a Perfect Order, Level 1 KPIs.|
|3.||What to focus on to improve SC health.||Organisation can identify what to focus on.||Level 1 KPIs, Cost histogram – current average, best, possible = prize, Perfect Order, Radars.|
|4.||How to improve SC health - fix current issues||Aggregate / process level by BMS, e.g. CS Pol. / Inv Pol. / Pareto of inventory. Then transactional analysis.||BMS can assist, re: DIFOT, S&OP. Consultants - order profile analysis, cost to serve, transport contracts, network design etc.|
|5.||How do I keep improving my SC?||Annual update of PIR report, updates of cost histogram, perf order.||Accompany on journey with like minded Peers via BMS Peer Group. Updated PIR report annually|