RE−Source™

You contract with a new service provider or bring processes (nearer to) home. That’s just a change of contract, right? Probably not. We are all friends here, the new service provider works in our interest. Hopefully yes, but service providers have shareholders and owners too. Outsourcing, offshoring, and near-shoring means dealing with

Many partners, and even more systems

New partners adds complexity. Similarly, insourcing means you have to integrate new processes and skills into your organization and systems. Proceses you may not have recent experience with. And bringing people in with the process is not always a success either. Different culture, systems, and the desire to standardize process into your own may result in disappointment achieving anticipated benefits.

New partners adds complexity. Similarly, insourcing means you have to integrate new processes and skills into your organization and systems. Proceses you may not have recent experience with. And bringing people in with the process is not always a success either. Different culture, systems, and the desire to standardize process into your own may result in disappointment achieving anticipated benefits.

Our experience with these changes is that organizations continue the processes they are used to. Even though those may not be the best or appropriate for the newly created relationships. And contracts often don’t deal with the information to be exchanged between partners. Yet, information exchange is critical to ensure processes are executed timely, efficiently and cost effective.

PCG can help guiding the transition into reliable, repeatable processes. Start to finish.

Why us

Our Re−Sourcing™ methodology is a wordplay for Redoing Sourcing. Our methodology is focused on making the transition as effortless as possible for the transition-from and transition-to partners. Our focus is always on the process: Repeatable, reliable, and efficient processes. Where process means: Process, People, and Systems. We work with their IT, your IT, third party IT, and/or bring our own, whichever you prefer. Our RE−Source process experience includes:

  • S&OP planning integration − Exchange of planning information to enable your and their S&OP
  • Tolling procure-to-pay processes − Outsource manufacturing processes, packaging, labeling
  • Outsourced order-to-cash processes − Outsource logistics; warehousing, road, rail, marine, and air logistics
  • Manufacturing process insourcing − Insource manufacturing, remanufacturing, and refurbishment processes
  • Systems integration and information exchange − Setup standard messages, EDI, and/or information brokers

If you are currently considering a Redo in your Sourcing – involve us early in the process. PCG can help you understand what process definitions and information exchange requirements to include in your contract negotiations. If you already started without us; no problem we have experience with that too.

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Contact us to discuss how we organize redo-sourcing projects. Our methodology consists of standard modules or steps that we include, configure, or exclude based on your needs. Our contact information is listed at the top of each page.

RE−Source™

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