Partners & Alliances

GRA has long-standing relationships with many Australian supply chain associations and leading international software organisations including: 

Supply Chain Business Institute

The Supply Chain Business Institute (SCBI) is a professional development organisation delivering premier Supply Chain Education and Training. It was created in response to a market need for quality instructor-led courses in the Australian Supply Chain and Logistics space that empower professionals with the knowledge, insights and tools to take their supply chains to the next level. 
SCBI’s course offerings have been developed utilising experience from delivering University level Masters Courses, as well as insights gathered from over 30 years industry experience with 200+ organisations over multiple industries.
SCBI have partnered with GRA to deliver Courses and offerings that have been built up using the experience and insights gained from helping multiple industries and companies develop their supply chain excellence.



Based in Chicago, Illinois, USA, GAINSystems is the developer of the advanced planning system GAINS. GRA has the Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific rights to consult with and implement GAINS.



JDA is a leading provider of end-to-end, integrated retail and supply chain planning and execution software. GRA's specialists work with JDA clients to help optimise their investment by maximising their ability to plan, execute and deliver, by better predicting and shaping demand, fulfilling more intelligently and quickly, and improving customer experiences. 



Llamasoft provides software to help organisations design and improve their supply chain network operations. Supply Chain Guru® is the leading Supply Chain Design and predictive analytics application available in the market today. It enables companies to model, optimise and simulate their supply chain operations, leading to major improvements in cost, service, sustainability, and risk mitigation.


SAP Australian User Group 

The SAP Australian User Group (SAUG), an independent not-for-profit industry association that provides information, access and advocacy for SAP customers and professionals (including SAP acquired companies - SuccessFactors, Ariba, BusinessObjects, Concur, hybris and Fieldglass). 


Australasian Supply Chain Institute

Formerly apicsAU, the Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) is a not-for-profit organisation providing professional membership, global certification and events. ASCI partners with industry and academia to provide access to education programs, a network of industry professionals, real-world learning opportunities, articles and information.



Zycus is a leading global provider of complete Source-to-Pay suite of procurement performance solutions. Their product portfolio includes applications for both the strategic and the operational aspects of procurement - eProcurement, eInvoicing, Spend Analysis, eSourcing, Contract Management, Supplier Management and Financial Savings Management.

Zycus helps procurement create greater business impact across verticals like Manufacturing, Automotives, Banking and Finance, Oil and Gas, Food Processing, Electronics, Telecommunications, Chemicals, Health and Pharma, Education and more.

Australian Defence Force Reserves

GRA is proud to be recognised as a Supportive Employer of the Defence Reserves.

Our team includes experts from a diverse range of backgrounds including; engineers, IT specialists, logisticians, business analysts and accountants from both the Commercial and Defence sectors. 

At GRA, we believe that adding Defence Reservists to our team has helped us develop an in-depth understanding of the unique challenges and pressures faced by the ADF and can assist us in optimising smart, sustainable and cost-effective solutions. 



If you are interested in partnering with GRA, please contact us.


We invited GRA to run a workshop to educate the broader business on S&OP, help us design a next level S&OP process and map out the requirements and next steps to implementation. We have made significant progress with S&OP since the workshop, the key aspect is that it has been accepted at all levels and there is commitment to the process which was the big hurdle.

– Lee Rawstron, Head of Operations ANZ, Sinochem Australia

Typical results

  • 20-40% inventory investment reduction
  • increased service levels ranging up to 99.9%
  • 10%-15% reduction in supply chain operating costs
  • 5%-20% spend management savings
  • the ability to fund business initiatives from operating cash flow (OCF) improvements
  • improved return on capital employed (ROCE)
  • a minimum 3:1 ROI (10:1 to 30:1 typical)