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  1. 1. POTENTIAL SUPPLIERS AND VALUE/ SUPPLY CHAIN IN RELATION TO BUSINESS ENTERPRISE MODULE 9
  2. 2. Choosing the right supplier involves much more than scanning a series of price lists. Your choice will depend on a wide range of factors such as value for money, quality, reliability, and service. How you weigh up the importance of these different factors will be based on your business priorities and strategy.
  3. 3. Businesses focus on performance that is why companies have to look the right supplier, just as they have to look the right employees. The interconnectedness of every element needs to play an appropriate role to have a successful supply chain.
  4. 4. POTENTIAL SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS •The most effective suppliers are those who offer products or services that match - or exceed - the needs of your business.
  5. 5. IDENTIFYING POTENTIAL SUPPLIERS: 1. Recommendation s 2. Directories 3. Trade associations 4. Business advisors 5. Exhibitions 6. Trade press
  6. 6. GETTING THE RIGHT SUPPLIER FOR YOUR BUSINESS: 1.Know your needs 2.Spend time on research 3.Ask around 4.Credit check potential suppliers 5.Price isn't everything 6.Don't buy from too many suppliers
  7. 7. HERE ARE SOME FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN SELECTING POTENTIAL SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS AND OTHER INPUTS: 1.Price 2.Reliability 3.Stability 4.Location 5.Developing Partnerships
  8. 8. A SUPPLIER IS WITH A STRONGER BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP IF IT PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING: •1. Do in advance, what is required from the manufacturer and start to take the leadership role in communication. •2. Notify and communicate the manufacturer if quality problem is identified that limit production availability.
  9. 9. VALUE/SUPPLY CHAIN
  10. 10. SUPPLY CHAIN • Defined as a tool of business conversion that reduces costs and maximizes customer satisfaction by providing the right product at the right price at right time at the right place and. It involves all activities in the distribution through a product transmission that reaches the final user while remaining profitable and competitive. • Uses a process that control and plans the operation known as Supply Chain Management. It manages the flow of raw material, within the business and the flow of finished product to the end user along with full customer satisfaction.
  11. 11. THERE ARE FIVE (5) MAIN ELEMENTS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: • 1. Producing and designing a product to meet consumer request • 2. Obtaining the raw materials required to produce the products • 3. Manufacturing and developing the products • 4. Distributing the product to consumers/customer • 5. Accepting and processing returns of defective products
  12. 12. VALUE CHAIN •Michael Porter pioneered the concept of value chain in his 1985 book "Competitive Advantage: Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance." •He used this concept to show businesses add value to their raw materials to produce products that finally sold to the market.
  13. 13. FIVE STEPS IN THE VALUE CHAIN PROCESS 1.Inbound Logistics 2.Operations 3.Outbound Logistics 4.Marketing and Sales 5.Service

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  • So, when you are looking for suppliers, it's best to be sure of your business needs and what you want to achieve by buying, rather than simply paying for what suppliers want to sell.
  • You can find suppliers through a variety of channels. It is best to build up a shortlist of possible suppliers through a combination of sources to give you a broader base to choose from.
  • This type of partnership promotes stronger commitments and encourages a greater
    interest in success for the material and finished goods.
    Following these factors will enable you to select suppliers who can support to improve
    your productivity, ensure you to produce quality goods/services within budget.
  • When the process done effectively, the costs of materials and efficient
    transport may reduce its costs for the consumer while increasing profits for the
    manufacturer.

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