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Consulting Approach


SC dim HouseSBC follows a well-established five areas approach in exploring the strategic, tactical and operational requirements needed for your organization’s success and for magnifying the customer’s and financial value, the approach covers a 360 degrees analysis for the following:

  • Organization Structure


Organization’s hierarchy, chain of command, management systems, job structure and administrative procedures.

  • People


Roles and functions, Job descriptions, competences, skill requirements, training requirements, personnel development, structure, reporting mechanisms, career path design and performance assessment.

  • Process


Covers how things are done inside the company, including detailed activities execution, work instructions, time study, rules, roles and routing.


  • Technology


Information flow, applications, data sources, data management, data integrity, systems functionality, business support technology tools, Information systems infrastructure and Integration.

  • Metrics and KPIs


Key Performance Indicators for business processes, service level agreements, service quality, efficiency, compliance, budget and customers satisfaction.

From analyzing the above mentioned areas, SBC experts can underline where the company is, where it should reach and how to reach there, and accordingly SBC prepares the expert implementation and execution plan for achieving the customer’s business goals.


Functionality and Integration

Functionality and integration are no doubt the prodigious keys of organizations success. In the last few years Solutions had helped tens of companies to build their solid functionalities and to move them forward through the stages of integration thoroughfare.

Our clients were helped to move from one stage to the next in the 4 stages course of multiple dysfunction, semi-functional, Integrated and extended enterprises.


1: Multiple Dysfunction 2: Semi-functional Enterprise 3: Integrated Enterprise 4: Extended Enterprise
  • Impulsive activity
  • No teamwork
  • Little information exchange
  • Pep talks (emotional talk to get enthusiasm)
  • Mostly manual ops
  • Inventory reduction in owned facilities
  • New low-price purchasing strategies
  • Some hard skills training, job enhancement
  • Enhanced marketing and forecasting
  • No coordination of initiatives
  • New focus on process
  • Internal process integration
  • Intranets, etc., across functions
  • Design teams
  • Enhanced warehousing, logistics, forecasting, etc.
  • Process integration across entity boundaries
  • Eventual electronic information connections among multiple partners
  • ERP-to-ERP links
  • E-commerce
  • Supply chain vs. supply chain competitionn