As your business grows and becomes more dynamic, so does your supply chain. While your strengths lie in earning new business, marketing, and/or operations, it is difficult to dedicate the proper time to your supply chain. Growth is a time to reevaluate your current logistics process and find opportunities to streamline and save. But where do you begin this process? What type of evaluation is required to determine what the best fitting solution for your needs?
Before you begin talking to vendors or implementing changes, it’s important to gain full visibility of how your supply chain operates today and determine costs involved, both hard and soft. Below are 3 steps to take to determine the current state of your supply chain.