The current pandemic has showcased the power of logistics and what a crucial role SCM plays. With so much uncertainty in current times, business sustainability is essential keeping long-term growth in consideration. Innovation and optimization of resources with a focus on client satisfaction along with profitability are the key. Similarly, many companies are now adopting sustainable supply chain management.
Risk management analysis & Change management are required in the supply chain to understand the client expectations & requirements, stakeholder’s interests, efficient usage of resources in these new normal times. We at ProConnect, make sure that all our stakeholders and clients are in synergy maintaining a win-win situation for all. Our transformational advanced technology helps in maintaining a healthy symbiosis.
A sustainable balance between social, economic & environmental changes is required. Social changes in the current system include safety of employees/workers especially on the field, monitoring health, values share within the company & its objectives. Wherein, economical changes include growth in revenue & profitability, the overall efficiency of resources, quality of services, competition. Last but not the least is the Environmental change which has truly affected all of us in the last two years leading to a new normal phase of working. These three when properly blended with a technology-driven approach helps in encouraging a workforce, increase efficiency & productivity, quality of service offered to clients.
We define Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM) as a set of managerial practices that include all of the following:
This definition implies a few broad themes in our perspective on environmental sustainability. First, firms must view the environmental impact of their activities as an integral part of decision-making, rather than as a constraint imposed by government regulation or social pressure, or as a fad to exploit by appearing to be “green”. Second, firms must pay attention to environmental impact across the entire value chain, including those of suppliers, distributors, partners, and customers. Third, firms’ view of sustainability must transcend a narrow functional perspective and encompass a broader view that integrates issues, problems, and solutions across functional boundaries.
In keeping with this definition, our review of the literature on SSCM adopts a firm perspective, rather than a societal or policy-makers perspective, and focuses on organizational decisions related to the entire product life-cycle that involves the design, production, distribution, consumer use, post-use recovery, and reuse. We do not limit ourselves to literature in any one academic discipline; rather, we focus on interactions across functional areas including corporate strategy, product design, production and inventory management, marketing and distribution, and, regulatory compliance.
ProConnect is a leader when it comes to catering to the current market needs and transforming as per the requirements. With due diligence and skilled resources, we thrive to provide excellence to our clients. We try to first understand the requirement of customers, their objective and pain areas. This all is taken care of with meticulous planning. There are multiple strategies we follow to maintain efficient service levels, hence we maintain a verified network of vendors, proper outsourcing model of vehicles, demand analysis of Warehouse Positioning, Vehicle tracking, epods, technology alignment with warehouses, regular manpower training- all help in bringing the most reliable, efficient service experience to our clients with a sustainable growth mindset.
– Kaumudi Kanchan