Operations

We use industry best practices and leading technology to create tailored solutions for your organization

Operations

Protiviti’s Supply Chain and Operations Consulting experts work closely with key stakeholders to integrate industry best practices and tailor business solutions to help:

  • Reduce operating costs
  • Increase productivity and service, and 
  • Reduce the capital required to support business goals and objectives

We work with leading technology providers to bring your organization the best solution to fit your individual needs.

Operations

Effectively and efficiently respond to ever-changing business landscape

Our Approach


Managing the inherent risks of people, processes, and technology in relation to day-to-day business operations has become increasingly complex. Overly manual, reactive, and siloed operational methodologies of old are unsustainable and cannot continue.  

We help organizations implement operational risk capabilities that are agile and flexible in order to effectively and efficiently respond to the ever-changing environment. 

Intelligent Warehouse and Distribution: Increasing customer demands, supply chain disruptions, and changing marketplaces require organizations to act quickly while maintaining cost competitiveness. Protiviti helps organizations design and implement more automation and robotics into their supply chain. 

Always on Field Services: Provide timely installation, maintenance, and service of your equipment without negatively affecting your organization with Always on Field Services. Utilizing this technology, Protiviti helps organizations manage costs and ensure proactive field servicing by leveraging machine learning, AI, and IoT. 

Supplier Risk Management: Protiviti helps build deep supply chain resilience capabilities by focusing on the greatest risk to any organization—vendor risk exposure. Our experts in vendor risk management help organizations manage and monitor potential supply and distribution disruptions. 

Quality: Preventing defects from reaching your customers is critical to maintaining both profitability and customer satisfaction. Protiviti helps develop processes to identify and manage quality risks, using technology to identify, track, and resolve quality issues. 

Agile Factories: Market environments can change quickly, and impacts in one part of the supply chain can reverberate across the whole. We help manufacturers put into place flexible systems and processes that allow for real-time reactions to changes and shocks to the marketplace.


Effectively and efficiently respond to ever-changing business landscape

Leadership

David Petrucci
David has 30 years of operational improvement and innovation experience working across industry, technology and consulting organizations.  His specialty is developing new business and organizational models enabled by the intersection of business & technology. ...
Chris Monk
Chris is a Managing Director and one of the leaders of the Global Supply Chain Solutions practice at Protiviti. He has over 18 years’ experience in supply chain, both within industry and serving clients as a consultant. He has a proven track record of analyzing, ...
John F Weber
John has had over 20 years of operations experience across the entire Supply Chain in a wide range of industries. He has experience with companies of all sizes from $10m to $70b in the United States and Europe. John has had success in both developing ...
Tony Abel
Tony is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Supply Chain Solutions Practice and also the head of Protiviti’s Intelligent Process Automation practice. He is a distinguished consulting executive with particular strength in business transformation and automation, focusing ...

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