Crimson & Co and Kinaxis partner to drive digital supply chain transformation - September 2019

Crimson & Co, the global management consultancy that specialises in operations transformation, and Kinaxis®, the leader in empowering people to make confident supply chain decisions, are partnering to bridge the digital transformation gap, turning strategic intent into demonstrated operational success for clients.

“Crimson & Co are industry-recognised operations transformation consultants,” said John Sicard, CEO of Kinaxis. “Their strengths in project and change management, business process reengineering, solution design and their distinct ability to assess and measure supply chain maturity pairs well with Kinaxis and the value RapidResponse delivers. We look forward to working together to help drive successful and purposeful transformation projects for our joint customers.”

Kinaxis and Crimson & Co serve clients in a variety of complementary industries, including; consumer products, high-tech and electronics, industrial and life sciences.

“Crimson & Co conducts many supply chain assessments each year using scprime®, our assessment tool, which enables organisations to measure their maturity across the different supply chain related elements, based on benchmarks,” said Richard Powell, Global CEO of Crimson & Co. “We have seen clients struggle to reach higher maturity levels and achieve the associated benefits without a leading, up-to-date planning tool, and this partnership offers clients the functionality to help bridge this gap.”

He added, “Kinaxis has one of the leading supply chain planning platforms on the market today, offering strong functionality and a record of successful implementations with high levels of user adoption and benefits delivery.”

 

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