While RBCI’s primary focus and experience has always been on IT solutions, development and sustainment, we realize that automation alone will not accomplish much if it is layered on top of poor processes. An inefficient supply chain can quickly and quietly drain an organization of already scarce resources. RBCI has the firm belief that in order to maximize customer value and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage, strategic organizations must master Supply Chain Management (SCM).  In order to prevent a disjointed and often ineffective supply chain, RBCI understands the need to manage the entire chain of activities that ultimately deliver products to the final customer.  RBCI works closely with their client to ensure that business processes, metrics, best practices, and technology are woven into a unified structure. Through “process reengineering”, we seek to develop a supply chain-wide technology strategy that supports multiple levels of decision making and gives a clear view of the flow of products, services, and information.

Supply chain activities cover everything from product development, sourcing, production, and logistics, as well as the information systems needed to coordinate these activities. RBCI has the requisite experience to not only analyze and design efficient Supply Chains, but also provide the direct oversight, management and operational capabilities required regardless of size and complexity of the organization. Our associates are skilled throughout all facets of supply chain including management of the procurement process, forecasting, sales and distribution, cold chain management, warehousing operations, transportation management and tracking, as well as ERP implementation and sustainment.

RBCI has a firm grasp on all technologies relating to logistics management, from inventory management and accounting information technology systems to the use of RFID technologies in the tracking and tagging of assets.

Our Logisticians specialize in:

  • Logistics and Supply Chain Audits
  • Analysis and Optimization of Logistics Systems
  • Stock Level Analysis and Optimization
  • Procurement Planning and Execution
  • Warehouse Operations and Management
  • Transportation of Materials
  • Asset Tracking and Securing
  • Hazardous Materials Handling and Storage
  • Cold Chain Management Handling and Shipping