Operations Effectiveness

RedSeer consulting with its expertise in operations realignment can help firms react to the changing supply-chain scenarios. Whether you are manufacturing textiles, steel or tyres, operations excellence is most crucial to thrive in the current competitive scenario. Firms in the manufacturing industry have been pursuing cost optimization and efficiency improvement for years now, but the global best practices have not been fully utilized by a majority of Indian businesses. Manufacturing firms in today’s scenario are getting strangled by their enterprise systems and traditional manufacturing philosophies. Moreover, the biggest problem faced by manufacturing firms in India is the ‘organizational inertia‘–inability to change due to the absence of a proper delegation hierarchy.

Key Services

RedSeer has the expertise and experience to help your firm unlock its potential by achieving the next level of optimized operations. We have worked with clients to:

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  • Increase throughput and capacity utilization
  • Reduce costs of manufacturing and raw material
  • Improve productivity through organizational design and realignment
  • Manage raw material and store inventory
  • Manage overhead costs and supply chain costs
  • Improve agility and speed of the supply chain
  • Optimize enterprise systems to include rule based decision making

Client Success Stories

Manufacturing Process Improvement

A USD 140 M manufacturing client wanted to improve the capacity utilization of its core manufacturing facility that lacked operational efficiency and strategic approach despite a world-class infrastructure.

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Cost Optimization

RedSeer helped a Fortune-50 BFSI firm to optimize operations costs of its outsourced technology center.

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Thought Leadership

IT Adoption in SMEs

While growing rapidly in size, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in India have so far not fully embraced the power of IT. RedSeer Consulting evaluates “Why”.

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