Supply Chain Risk Management


Companies selling of all types of products, whether Hi-tech to furniture to cars and planes, face threats from disasters related to weather, infrastructure, crime and more. With a global manufacturing base, it is difficult for any company with multiple locations and multiple suppliers to track potential disruptions to their supply chain on a daily basis.

Challenges of a global supplier base includes:

  • Wide range of products based on a global manufacturing footprint
  • Variety of customer needs across product lines
  • Continuous change in manufacturing sites, capabilities and product integration
  • Limited visibility to sub-tier suppliers
  • Lack of transparency in time to recover, expected capacity loss and alternate site redundancies

The Razient solution provides the capabilities to develop crisis response plans, track global incidents and respond and track problems to resolution.

Step 1Companies selling of all types of products, whether Hi-tech to furniture to cars and planes, face threats from disasters related to weather, infrastructure, crime and more. With a global manufacturing base, it is difficult for any company with multiple locations and multiple suppliers to track potential disruptions to their supply chain on a daily basis.
Step 2Early Warning System-Collect and disseminate incident data automatically and provide resources for timely response
Step 3Execution capabilities of the Disaster Response plan Set objectives, execute to plan and implement necessary steps to address all foreseeable risks and track each action step in crisis resolution

Disaster Tracking Overview

Example 1

Crisis Response Plans

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Example 2

Automatic Incident Alerts Associated with Locations for Early Warning

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Example 3

Executing Disaster Recovery Playbooks, Defining Crisis Alerts

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