Supply Chain Management

The business environment is highly and intensely competitive. Enterprises must have the capability to ensure efficient operations while being able to meet the needs and demands of their customers.

SCM is the process of managing the supply chain's operations in the most efficient way to generate operating synergies and faster time-to-market delivery of projects. This is through the integrated planning and consolidation of the sourcing, procurement and distribution of materials, equipment and manpower from point-of-origin to point-of-client delivery.

As organizations strive to focus on core competencies (mainly manufacturing, brand development, and marketing), they have reduced their ownership of raw materials sources and purchasing processes, transport facilities to transfer equipment, people and material to the operating areas, and the distribution channels to move semi-finished and finished goods to the point of destination. These functions are increasingly being outsourced from other entities that can perform the activities better or more cost effectively.

EE aims to provide the SCM resource and systems for the effective coordination and collaboration that enable customers to focus on their core businesses and become more efficient, competitive and profitable enterprises.

Supply chain management is a cross-functional approach to manage the movement of raw materials into an organization, certain aspects of the internal processing of materials into finished goods, and then the movement of finished goods out of the organization toward the end-consumer.

End-to-End Partnerships

EE aims to manage the network of businesses (suppliers, transport services, and third-party and channel providers) that contribute to the customers' production processes, thus assuring on-time and continuing the capability to undertake effective operations and produce the products, structures, and services for their own end-customers.

In essence, it provides a one-stop shop with the resources and tools to integrate supply and demand management within the corporate client. It is the first SCM company to cater the complex and highly specialized needs of engineering and construction companies.

EE has established an e-procurement hub to ensure automated arm's-length, transparent, and efficient bidding and procurement of materials, equipment, and other required supplies for its customers.

It has developed a database of suppliers, intermediaries, and other third-party service providers to ensure that customers have the best choice in terms of reliability, quality, and cost.