TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, implement various procurement technologies as a key enabler to driving cost improvement and optimising supply chain performance.Read More
Low & Bonar, a FTSE 350 global leader in the design and manufacture of performance materials, recognised a need to efficiently aggregate spend data across disparate systems to drive supplier cost and performance management within their business.
Meggitt PLC, a 1.6 billion GBP turnover international aerospace, defence and electronics group are acutely aware of the consequences of not proactively identifying and managing risks across their supply chain, the consequences of which can not only disrupt operations but also impact brand reputation.Read More
Meggitt is a FTSE 100 GBP 1.6 billion turnover international aerospace, defence and electronics group, with global operations. As a result of their scale they were finding it increasingly difficult to aggregate and analyse spend information, across the organisation. Whilst Meggitt have rolled out an ERP system across their operations globally, the ability to visualise and analyse direct and indirect spend information demanded a need for a central spend analytics solution.Read More
Providing procurement leadership to the development of the next generation flagship product, to unprecedented levels of cost reduction and speed to market.Read More
Mark Waterman discusses why consumer electronics manufacturers must adopt a new approach to design, quality control and supply chain management which assumes some degree of failure from the start.
GM’s announcement of the sale of its loss-making European arm to the French-owned PSA group has sent shockwaves through the UK’s automotive industry. Could this be a sign of things to come and how might it impact global supply chains?
The firm’s recent report on the future of driverless motoring gets a mention in a report in the Evening Standard about the robot car.
Supply chain issues will need to be addressed if Airbus wants to succeed in transforming a colossal backlog into bottom line profits.
"As a "Not for profit" organisation, we must ensure our costs are managed as tightly as possible so the maximum funds are spent on our research into fighting cancer. We are delighted with these results."