Our Customer Engagement Process

1. Transform strategic objectives and high-level requirements from executive management and business teams into granular, measurable, and detail oriented business requirements for Engineering, Operations, IT, Software vendors, Suppliers, Manufacturers, and Carriers.
2. Combine business requirements into Client methodology, vendor methodology, internal tools, and sprint cycles, and assist Client IT in coming up with clean project plans, milestones, and metrics.
3. Consult Client PMO in sourcing, budgeting and risk mitigating.
4. Deliver thought-leadership to client business analysts about the industry’s best practices and latest trends.
5. Strategize with client technical architects in choosing on-premise vs. cloud, outsourcing vs. in-house development, base vs. custom vendor packages, java vs. .Net, SQL vs. NOSQL, etc

How Our Team Works on Customer Projects

1. We take full ownership of the design and solutions offered
2. We assist in regression test automation, and re-usable component design enabling faster sprints and continuous improvement roll-outs, and less Total Cost of Ownership
3. We can design, detail design, configure, code, test, train, implement and support
4. We can deploy the team whenever possible at client’s place of business but we are open to travel anywhere in the world or work remotely in any time zone

Our Approach on SCM Solution Design

1. An effective solution in SCM cannot be arrived just by a company or team which understands logistics. We work with our customers and business architects to dig deeper into the impact of inventory segmentation, ERP integration and realignment, and master data and product information management
2. We understand our client's verticals well and we bring the best practices to our SCM solution recommendations
3. We analyze the cost, process and SLA impact of omni channel enablement before proposing an SCM solution
4. We lead Warehouse Automation design to bring the best out of all systems and hardware with the least amount of touch points
5. We clearly understand how to draw the line between a WMS, WCS, MHE, Lights and Sortation Systems