Organizations that take the traditional approach of managing services and supply chain operations separately are increasingly faced with lack of coordination in executing project orders, delays and customer dissatisfaction.
Infosys experts blog on how a Project Driven Supply Chain Solution, a joint solution from Infosys and Oracle, helps project driven companies achieve better customer service by improving inventory control, working capital management and enabling on-time execution.
Supply chain planners need simulation capabilities to identify alternate sources during disruptions.
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Vijay Sarda is a Lead Consultant with Consulting & Systems Integration unit at Infosys. He has over 12 years of experience across high-tech, automotive and discrete industries, helping implement multiple Oracle ERP programs. He has worked on several projects, covering end-to-end implementation, rollouts and support, and has expertise in multiple modules across the supply chain and value chain planning area. He blogs on emerging trends and best practices in the supply chain space. Vijay can be reached at
Kallol Kumar Kar is a Principal Consultant with the Consulting & Systems Integration unit at Infosys. He has 15 years of varied experience in ERP, systems integration and manufacturing. Kallol has led end-to-end solution designs in multiple business transformation programs as well as large and complex Oracle implementations for high-tech semiconductor and industrial manufacturing verticals across geographies. He blogs on emerging trends and best practices in the supply chain space. Kallol can be reached at
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