Supply Chain Transformation Success Metrics helps a firm assess the success of an SCM systems implementation. The Supply Chain Management (SCM) Systems Transformation is an important endeavor and let us assume that the program is complete, despite all the challenges. Now, how do you measure whether the transformation program is successful or not? This CIOPages.com Supply Chain Transformation Success Metrics deliverable provides a list of key metrics to measure the program success or lack thereof.
What do I get?
- Supply Chain Transformation Success Metrics is a PowerPoint presentation with a set of the main Success Metrics and descriptions, which can be used to measure the success of a Supply Chain Management transformation program.
What do I not get?
- The Supply Chain Transformation Success Metrics deliverable does not include benefit calculations.
- It also does not include benchmarks for comparison.
- As the Supply Chain Transformation Success Metrics is a digital product, there are absolutely NO Returns.
- Depending on your industry, the type of systems involved, and the scope of your transformation, some of the categories and content may or may not be relevant to you.
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What is Supply Chain Transformation Success Metrics and why do I need them?
Supply Chain transformation is an important and invasive endeavor with significant impact on your company’s core backend operations. Most supply chain transformations fail or underperform. Assume that with prudent planning, great team effort, and a right vendor, you’ve implemented a Supply Chain Platform/System.
Now, how do you measure the success of the Supply Chain Transformation? What are the standard success metrics, KPIs (Key Performance Indicators), and benchmarks to measure the success of SCM transformation? The SCM Success metrics offers an initial list of parameters to use for your project.
Please feel free to use them as a starting point and add/modify to your specific needs.
The value of these metrics are substantial and include:
1) Evaluate success or lack thereof to guide future major transformation programs.
2) Address any potential underperformance of the project with remedial measures
3) Objectively measure whether the initial goals and objectives, the basis of the business case, are realistic and are being met or not, which in turn will allow for better cost and benefit estimation process.