Is Your Inventory Really An Asset?
Optimize Your Supply Chain Process
Having Problems Managing Suppliers?
Williams Supply Chain Group, Inc.
We work with your employees to conduct an in-depth analysis of your current capabilities and future goals. With that in hand, we develop a strategy for success that combines streamlining your internal and external business practices with a focus on process improvement. To attain that higher level of performance, we provide training to ensure that an organization’s most important asset, its employees, have the knowledge and skills to take it to the next level.
Our mission is to help organizations enhance their bottom lines by reducing inventory, improving customer service, and optimizing their supply chain processes.
Mark K. Williams, CFPIM, CPSM, CSCP, is President of the Williams Supply Chain Group, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in supply chain management and training. Mark has over 20 years of industry experience in various roles including Director of Demand Planning, Senior Manager of Materials, Plant Manufacturing Manager, Distribution Center Manager, Corporate Internal Auditor and Production Control Manager. He is an APICS Certified Fellow in Production and Inventory Management (CFPIM) and a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)
Mark has never let me down. As a matter of fact, I have attended 3 of his programs and I can honestly say that he delivers the message and the method of how to accomplish the task at hand. I have been able to apply Mark’s methods with ease. As a practitioner himself he understands the day-to-day operations of supply chain management and how to do what is necessary to positively impact the business.Mark E. Neuman
After hearing Mark Williams speak at a conference in America, I invited him to speak at our Logistics and Supply Chain Conference in Sydney, Australia. He presented two different topics, Forecasting and Improving Supplier Performance. His delivery was clear, precise and as relevant in Australia as in America. His evaluations were among the best of all of our conference speakers. He’ll definitely be invited back!Arch Fraser
Because of Mark Williams seminar on the Basics of Supply Chain, the awareness of the attendees concerning the various material functions increased dramatically. Our production operators and supervisors now understand the difficulty in establishing an operations plan and the reasons that changes need to be made. The seminar has improved communications within the operations group which has led to increased operating efficienciesGerald Klein