Value Chain Optimization

Optimizing the value chain of physical and digital products creates a clear competitive advantage for Food & Beverage (F&B) organizations. Value Chain Optimization (VCO) allows F&B organizations to think ahead and align business strategy with supply chain needs. This results in measurable near-term gains and long-term transformational improvements.

How Wipro Helps

Wipro's Value Chain Optimization practice uses SAP HANA and an 'outside-in' approach to help you deliver business transformation through:

  • Analytics and diagnostics to identify and realize opportunities for supply chain optimization
  • Supply and demand planning to reduce forecast error and improve responsiveness
  • Reduced waste via improved inventory turns and supply management

Our offerings include:

  • Supply Chain Segmentation
  • Lean Operations
  • Order to Cash
  • Purchase to Pay
  • Supply Chain Intelligence
  • Unified Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain Opportunity Diagnostic


Our VCO practice uses a number of solutions to meet your needs. They include:

  • SAP HANA: A SAP in-memory computing space that enables the processing of massive quantities of real-time data to provide immediate benefits such as accelerated data loads, faster DataStore Objects (DSO) activation, and reduction in materialized layers and simplified modeling
  • DSiM: Demand Signal Management helps gather market and demand insights and enables decisive information foundation to create an agile real-time organization. This is done by leveraging a proprietary PAD (Process, Analytics, Data Management) methodology, and an analytics team and platform available to speed up development that includes expertise in aligned areas of trade promotion and marketing mix analysis
  • Supply Chain Analytics, Segmentation & Visibility: Data-driven insights on various KPIs in the supply chain that stratifies supply chain into logical groups based on characteristics of product, demand and supply. This enables you to provide differentiated services and products
  • Lean Operations: Process-oriented approach toward managing uncertainty for a more predictable and agile supply chain resulting in lower working capital
  • Tax Efficient Supply Chains: Enabling supply chains to become more tax efficient by enabling key business drivers such as profitable growth, globalization and better customer service