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Companies are looking for new ways to optimize their supply chain by driving down costs, reducing inventories and compressing cycle times in supply and distribution processes to manage change with increased agility. By optimizing the flow of goods and services and information among internal and external business partners, rapid responses to change across the extended enterprise can be enabled by a robust Supply Chain Management (SCM). Between all partners, true collaboration can be established by a successful supply chain management.

Supply Chain Management keeps the organization in pace with the rapidly changing and increasing demands. It aims to enhance sales, reduce costs and harness the asset fully by streamlining the business.

It manages business process, work flow, information process filling the loop holes between the raw material and ready products. Briefly, Supply Chain Management manages all the movements from point-of-origin to point-of-consumption of products. A real Supply Chain Management Implementation enables the organization to utilize the resources and make business more efficient. It incorporates all the major segments of the business like distribution, marketing, purchase, inventory and manufacturing.