Is Your Supply Chain Ready to Take Full Advantage of Pending Tax, Regulatory and Trade Policy Changes?

US Manufacturers are optimistic about the financial impact of potential policy and regulatory changes as revealed by a Supply Chain Readiness Study that TBM recently completed with Aberdeen Group. Learn about the findings of a newly released research study of 125 supply chain and operations professionals:

  • Learn about the potential impact of global government policy changes on manufacturers
  • Biggest concerns and biggest gaps between what’s important and key capabilities
  • Recommendations for navigating the unknowns and being ready for changes

TBM specializes in operations and supply chain consulting for manufacturers and distributors. We push the pedal down in your operations to make you more agile and help you accelerate business performance 3-5x faster than your peers. We drive supply chain improvements that help to achieve the lowest possible cost-to-serve by enhancing the balance between service levels, working capital and cost and we use technology to drive better, faster decision making—dramatically improving cash flow and profits. We optimize key areas of your supply chain to address crucial business needs including: inventory optimization, integrated business planning and scheduling (S&OP), supplier management, network / warehouse operations and supply chain talent development.

An experienced business professional and consultant facilitating lean transformations, Brian Cromer brings comprehensive knowledge of general management, lean business systems, and cost accounting. As business unit manager at Jacobs Chuck Manufacturing, a division of Danaher Corporation, Brian oversaw all management operations with respect to quality, delivery, productivity, safety, profit and loss, and training of personnel. His strong combination of business management and accounting knowledge help clients to align operational performance with key financial metrics. As a senior accountant and cost analyst at Jacobs Chuck, Brian developed procedures for stabilizing inventory, reducing shrinkage, and reducing costs. He is well versed in financial statements, has managed a P&L, identified benefits of capital investment, and supervised AP/AR and Payroll.