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Analysis & Improvement
Operating Model Development
Dramatically accelerate your operations by aligning Supply Chain strategy with business plans while defining processes requirements using global standards for performance, process, practices and people.
SCOR® is a process reference model.
The purpose of a process reference model, or business process framework, is to define process architecture in a way that aligns with key business functions and goals. The architecture here references how processes interact and perform, how these processes are configured, and the requirements (skills) of staff operating the processes.
Approved SCOR® partner
CLX flow is one of a few partners approved to conduct SCOR® implementations within South Africa.
We are an APICS SCC Partner (Sponsor) and an APICS International Channel education Partner (ICP). We have led ERP implementations and business process re-engineering projects using the SCOR® model for over 10 years. As an APICS SCC sponsor, CLX flow will play the role of a coach an
The SCOR® reference model consists of 4 major sections:
Standard metrics to describe process performance and define strategic goals
Standard descriptions of management processes and process relationships
Management practices that produce significantly better process performance
Standard definitions for skills required to perform supply chain processes
SCOR® Improvement Program and SCOR® Race Track
The SCOR® Racetrack model describes how to organize a SCOR® improvement program using the SCOR® process and supporting methodologies. The methodology is described in 5 distinct steps:
1. Pre-SCOR program steps.
Prepare the organisation for the mission-critical SCOR® improvement program.
2. Set the scope
Understand the business environment and define the scope of the Supply Chain for a SCOR® improvement program.
3. Configure the supply chain
Determine the performance metrics and processes of the SCOR® improvement program.
4. Optimise projects
Establish the project portfolio including process scope, priority, and anticipated benefits.
5. Ready for implementation
Implement projects in the portfolio and commence benefits realisation.