Jovix Project Organization and Coordination

Status Quo vs Digital Supply Chain: Part 4 of 5

Did you miss one of the earlier posts in this series?
PART ONE: CATALOGUING
PART TWO: PURCHASING
PART THREE: RECEIVING & WAREHOUSING
PART FOUR: WORKFACE PLANNING & ALLOCATION MANAGEMENT

PART FIVE: PROJECT ORGANIZATION & COORDINATION

Status Quo

With a focus on three areas of work (fab shop, mod yard, and field), there is a need for significant improvement with status updates and communication across all locations and departments, in regard to Material Readiness, availability, and progress to date. Defining requirements and reporting progress across multiple areas of work from an abundance of Excel spreadsheets is a challenge, to say the least. Sheets with blended data sources that are updated after work completion are often inaccurate and lack a common language.

Without a single source of truth, there is no opportunity to collaborate and coordinate priorities, changes, readiness, and completion, as material moves through the supply chain. This results in reactive, siloed decision making.

Siloed Information
Digital Supply Chain vs Siloed Information

Digital Supply Chain

Centralizing supply chain activities, while leveraging a common language across all locations, the digital supply chain eliminates siloed information and opens the door to cross-departmental and multi-location coordination. Using one system of truth to plan, allocate, and deliver materials unifies the entire project with a common goal. Precisely defining where we are and what needs to be done separates present working conditions from the past.

PART FIVE: PROJECT ORGANIZATION & COORDINATION

Status Quo

With a focus on three areas of work (fab shop, mod yard, and field), there is a need for significant improvement with status updates and communication across all locations and departments, in regard to Material Readiness, availability, and progress to date. Defining requirements and reporting progress across multiple areas of work from an abundance of Excel spreadsheets is a challenge, to say the least. Sheets with blended data sources that are updated after work completion are often inaccurate and lack a common language.

Without a single source of truth, there is no opportunity to collaborate and coordinate priorities, changes, readiness, and completion, as material moves through the supply chain. This results in reactive, siloed decision making.

Siloed Information

Digital Supply Chain

Centralizing supply chain activities, while leveraging a common language across all locations, the digital supply chain eliminates siloed information and opens the door to cross-departmental and multi-location coordination. Using one system of truth to plan, allocate, and deliver materials unifies the entire project with a common goal. Precisely defining where we are and what needs to be done separates present working conditions from the past.

Digital Supply Chain vs Siloed Information

In Conclusion

Across multiple work processes throughout the entire Project execution, the Digital Supply Chain triumphs over Status Quo by transforming traditional exchanges of information from document-centric to data-centric. Digital Supply Chain Programs improve Project visibility, provide a better understanding of the supply chain, and allow for a deeper understanding of constructability.

By increasing the auto-ID footprint on the Project and providing a single source of truth, Projects realize transactional efficiency gains and improved material control.

To learn more about the power of Digital Supply Chains upstream with Supplier involvement, click here. To learn more about what a Digital Supply Chain would look like for your next project, contact us.

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