Accenture Supply Chain & Operations - Planning & Fulfillment Consultant in Boston, Massachusetts
Supply Chain, and we move fast, think fast, and work fast. Our Fortune 500 clients need big-picture change, so we come at their challenges from all sides with functional insights, data power, digital leadership, and extensive industry know-how. It’s our job to show clients how to take major leaps forward in planning, procurement, manufacturing, and fulfillment. How do we do it? We call out the most important metrics. We cut costs. We connect suppliers and customers across the extended supply chain. And we create strategies and operating models that really work. Visit us here to find out more about Supply Chain (https://www.accenture.com/us-en/operations-strategy-index) .
A logistics expert with the experience to help companies get the most from their transportation and logistics. You know that in today’s economy almost everything gets shipped, from the materials used to make a product through to the product itself. And that companies depend on everything getting where it needs to go. You’ve got the data and analysis skills to make that more efficient, so companies can keep their customers satisfied and their bottom line healthy. You also have the communications and personal skills to make sure clients understand your ideas and plans. And your experience means people look to you for guidance and leadership when it’s time to take plans off the drawing board and put them to work in real life.
Find solutions to clients’ transportation & logistics problems
Persuade senior clients and Accenture managers why alternate approaches may be needed
Make sure that projects help clients meet their important goals
Use the latest analytical tools to help clients:
Improve their transportation and logistics
Make their network spend more productive
Make sure their assets are best suited to help meet strategic goals
Use leading edge analytics to segment and analyze key transportation, logistics, and network spend and asset characteristics
Give the client useful insights about how changes to their asset network can help them better meet customer demands and requirements
Use “what-if analysis” and “financial pro-forma scenario analysis” to upgrade clients’ networks so they can make better decisions on the fly
Use digital tech to help clients find new ways to make their organizations more effective and efficient
Lead workshops that look for ways to improve organizations and processes
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Here’s what you need:
At least 2 years’ experience in transportation and logistics
At least 2 years working as a consultant or associate
A Bachelor’s Degree
Bonus points if:
You’ve got serious data and analytical chops when it comes to improving forecasts and managing inventory
You can spot where to find new value in logistics and transportation, and explain it simply
You can find and explain ways for clients to add value to their organizations
You’ve worked on strategic cost takeout projects
You know your way around transportation master data, transportation management systems (TMS’s), and network optimization principles
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