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Roland Berger expands Operations practice: Michael Pleuger joins company as new expert for procurement and supply chain management
Press releases • Oct 12, 2018 23:36 -12
Consultancy Roland Berger has added to the strength of its Operations practice: New Senior Partner Michael Pleuger, a seasoned expert in procurement and supply chain functions, is supporting the team's global activities, having joined the company on October 1.
Press releases • Jul 31, 2018 22:21 -12
Eight out of ten companies are currently devoting time and resources to the issue of predictive maintenance in a bid to improve the cost-benefit ratio of their products, plant and systems. But their engagement often goes no further than collecting operational data. Yet predictive maintenance is about so much more than that.
Procurement functions must reframe their role to avoid jeopardizing their company's ability to compete
Press releases • Jul 24, 2018 22:04 -12
From e-mobility to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), 5G and digitalization, the list is almost endless. These disruptions lead to the emergence of new products, services and business models in the blink of an eye. In this volatile environment, procurement plays a crucial role across all industry verticals.
Roland Berger Expands Operations Practice: Procurement Expert Sven T. Marlinghaus Joins Roland Berger
Press releases • Apr 18, 2018 20:39 -12
Consultancy Roland Berger continues to expand its global Operations practice and brings procurement and supply chain management expert Sven T. Marlinghaus onboard as a Senior Partner.
One in two companies lack a future-proof supply chain strategy – Supply Chain Planning 4.0 enables much higher efficiency levels
Press releases • Feb 19, 2018 01:55 -12
Half of all companies consider their own supply chain strategy to be outdated and unsuited to the demands of future business. Many firms therefore have no choice but to tackle process renewal, given that an inefficient supply chain organization can send costs rocketing and gnaw away at earnings.