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Process Design & Modelling

In order to provide sound and effective supply chain solutions, existing processes must be analysed, improvements identified and solutions designed and written.

The solutions are tested theoretically using software modelling, with an allowance for the human "intervention" factor.

This facilitates a "Cause & Effect" analysis of the integration of the proposed process into new or existing logistics, manufacturing and supply chain operations.

Supply Chain Event Management (SCEM)

As well as complete supply chain assessment and design, Gideon Hillman Consulting will develop processes for exceptions within the usual process, otherwise known as Supply Chain Event Management (SCEM). This is to ensure that a breakdown in the supply chain in one area can be compensated, or bypassed, by an exception process in order that the whole, or part of, the supply chain does not come to a standstill and is still able to function.

  • Business modelling & statistical analysis using Excel (including VBA development)
  • Database development using MS Access
  • Network analysis & optimisation
  • Transport route scheduling capabilities
  • Data presentation (Viseo, PowerPoint)
  • Project management and administration (using MS Project)
  • Geographical analysis - thematic mapping, centre of gravity studies
  • Time and motion and Operational Workflow Study and Resource Requirement Planning
  • Operational and Supply Chain Cost Modelling
  • Operational Process and Design
  • Supply Chain Event Management (SCEM)
  • Process application and Solution Implementation

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Gideon Hillman Consulting is a trading name of The Supply Chain Consulting Group Ltd is registered in England and Wales.
Company Registration No: 09751027. Registered office at Highdown House, 11 Highdown Road, Leamington Spa, CV31 1XT. UK
A supply chain and logistics specialist with knowledge of implementation projects, implementation project management and market analysis

CMI Awards Finalist 2010 SHD Logistics Awards UKWA Customer Service Award Finalist 2014 SHD Logistics Awards Finalist 2016 UKWA Winner 2016 SHD Logistics Awards Finalist 2015 ISO 9001 RegisteredLogistics Awards Finalist 2018