In the present era of globalization, characterized by technologically complex consumer products combined with the large scale of the global economy, the connection between customer and supplier is only just the final link of a long, complex commercial chain (or network). The chain of a physical product begins with the collection design, and includes a wide range of production, storage, and transport activities, among a large number of companies, spanning an increasing geographical area, until the product reaches the end customer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Managing a supply chain for the retail and fashion world

 

In the present era of globalization, characterized by technologically complex consumer products combined with the large scale of the global economy, the connection between customer and supplier is only just the final link of a long, complex commercial chain (or network). The chain of a physical product begins with the collection design, and includes a wide range of production, storage, and transport activities, among a large number of companies, spanning an increasing geographical area, until the product reaches the end customer.

Managing a supply chain for the retail and fashion world

 

Despite the fact that commercial companies today operate not only in local or national markets rather in a global market, no single company is capable of controlling the entire supply chain, from the collection design stage to supply of product to customer. It follows that the logistic chain will include commercial ties between many companies, where each company will strive to achieve its income and profits in the area of its competitive advantage. It will not have any interest in the other companies in the chain, except for those that work with it directly. In essence, each company is the customer of the company that precedes it in the logistic chain, and the supplier of the company that follows it in that chain.

 

Managing the chain supply includes managing all of the activities involved with planning, purchasing, processing, and managing of logistics. This includes, among other things, coordination and cooperation with all other chain partners, leading players (suppliers, manufacturers, and customers) as well as co-stars (such as intermediaries, suppliers of outsourced services, and others). Managing the supply chain combines managing supply as well as demand, both within organizations and between them.

 

 

 

Priority enables management of all levels of the organization’s supply chain, such as:

 

  • Managing the collection mixture
  • Planning the quantities required for each model according to sales analysis, and according to a predetermined budget
  • Creating purchase orders for suppliers in Israel and abroad, according to branches
  • Managing import portfolios, including loading of costs
  • Performing entries into the inventory in the main warehouse or branches
  • Analysis of sales and repeat orders

 

All of the above is performed easily and smoothly, with continuous connection between all of the various documents.

 

EDEA project managers have a great deal of experience and knowledge in supply chain management, in a wide range of processes assimilated and adapted to each customer’s particular needs.

Networks that have successfully assimilated the Priority system: H&O, Renuar, CASTRO, MGS, and more…