High-Achievement-Sourcing Strategy: Procurement Optimization with Emarticon
Procuring high-quality goods and services on favorable terms and thus saving costs: That is the goal of every procurement department. Based on 20 years of experience in procurement and supply chain consulting , Emarticon has developed a method on this topic: High Achievement Sourcing.
With this strategy, Clemens Rinnebach and his team of experts provide you with a toolbox with which you can finally achieve the goals in your company in regard to supplier management, costs and procurement processes.
Planning procurement optimization: Emarticon helps finding the right means and path
Are you striving for an increase in performance and value in your company and are you considering to restructure your procurement? Not only procurement management and controlling have to work hand in hand. Potential savings must be identified in a detailed market overview. Above all, however, a clear procedure must be followed from the start:
This includes a comprehensive analysis of all factors affecting procurement:
When applying the High Achievement concept, you decide which area to focus on. Based on a maturity analysis, we develop an optimization roadmap together with you and implement it. Which of these guidelines, which sub-areas and which of the levers contained therein are used is up to you - your specific business situation, your procurement strategy and your goals.
Do you want to optimize your procurement?
Contact Me. I would be happy to discuss your specific situation with me as part of a strategy meeting.
How high-achievement sourcing pays off for you
Procurement optimization via High-Achievement-Sourcing takes other departments within your company on board: starting with senior management via the HR department and including IT.
What's in for you?:
A special project example for high-achievement sourcing
For the Siemens AG Clemens Rinnebach took on the task of optimizing indirect procurement of a company division in a comprehensive way.
The project involved over 45 project participants. The aim was to define improvement measures along 10 excellence topics together with the managers and team members and to implement respective actions in the current financial year. This was successful because we recognized early on which measures required direct support and which did not. Besides, we could rely on a ready-to-use tool box through the Emarticon® High Achievement Sourcing concept. Thus, Clemens Rinnebach was able to successfully support a large corporation on its way to procurement optimization.