Video: Live from Finance & Procurement Sit Down Sydney

GRA Partner James Allt-Graham and GRA Director Craig Millis provide an on-location overview of the Finance and Procurement Sit-Down at the Sofitel in Sydney.

Highlights from the event include:

  • How small, incremental changes can significantly impact an organisation over time
  • The heightened expectations of procurement in today’s business environment. How we are moving beyond traditional methods to finding new and creative ways to bring value to an organisation
  • The increasing demand for transparency in procurement and supply chain operations to drive better social and environmental outcomes
  • Highlighting the need for procurement functions to become more responsive to business needs, changing environments and changing market conditions  
  • The importance of aligning procurement with the overall business strategy, and integrating procurement and supply chain strategies
  • Procurement transformations through the latest in digital technology

 

 

Notes:

James and Craig presented to the Finance & Procurement Sit Down audience - Integrating Procurement & Supply Chain Strategy - The Next Frontier of Competitive Advantage. A video of their presentation will be made available soon. To be notified of this and other GRA content please sign up to our newsletter.

 

 

 

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Testimonials

"Sales and profits are up, and Damaged & Dated is down. The sales team is engaged and enthusiastic about the S&OP process. It's a nut we've been trying to crack for two years, and we're finally seeing some green shoots."

– Paul Foster, Sales Director - Convenience & Food Service, Lion Dairy & Drinks

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)