For many companies, 50% to 70% of product
cost is derived from outside the company. Our broad experience
in working with original equipment manufacturers and suppliers
allows us numerous ways to identify cost improvement opportunities
up and down your supply chain.
We begin by assessing specific products with
specific suppliers through our SSCM (Stamakai® Supply
Cost Management) process which identifies opportunities
to eliminate waste and target improvements. An action plan
is developed whereby process efficiencies can be increased,
relationships can be improved, and purchased material costs
can be typically reduced a minimum of 20%.
This is not simply an exercise in negotiations,
but a reduction in cost based on data-driven specifics.
Once a supply chain is identified and core capabilities
are determined and assessed, a strategy can be devised to
capitalize on a client's existing strengths. This allows
an increase in profit without a substantial increase in
In addition to cost savings from your supply
base, the same SSCM processes also apply to your internal
cost structure in the areas of manufacturing process improvement,
policy, and design optimization
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