Corbus to focus supply chain management solutions on digital transformation
A leading provider of global supply chain management, business process management, information technology and digital marketing services has increased its focus on process consulting and digital transformation.
Corbus announced in a statement that, in line with its long-term growth strategy, that it will work closer with its clients to enable and facilitate their digital transformations.
"Our clients are looking for significant operational efficiency gains through automation and delivery modernization in an accelerated and standardized way," said Vishal Soin, Corbus Executive Chairman. "As part of our evolution, we are focusing more on Robotic Process Automation and Digital Transformation."
"Corbus is ideally suited to help clients carve transformative solutions across Supply Chain and Source to pay (Direct and Indirect procurement) by leveraging digital and analytics solutions around RPA, Cognitive Automation and Market Analytics," said Suresh Iyer, Corbus CEO. "We can help clients identify process and organizational gaps, opportunities for cost reduction and improved efficiency in their sourcing and supply chain organisation.”
The company’s very core vision is to drive “best in class solutions, productivity and cost savings to global clients.” Through its Domain & Data (Analytics) suite of solutions, Corbus works with customers to provide business intelligence and insights to create more effective decision making.
The company stated that it is now ready to “Pivot our Domain & Data expertise with Digital to drive significant value to our clients leveraging RPA, AI, Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning.”
Through its Supply Chain Management solutions, Corbus can optimise client supply chains and decrease supplier base by 62% while achieving up to 6% annual cost reduction.
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