Supply Chain & Business Process Mapping

Managing supply chain sustainability and decarbonisation risks

Engaging with suppliers is critical to enhancing overall supply chain sustainability.

However, achieving full traceability and transparency is a complex, yet an essential task. It hinges on stakeholder buy-in, and depends on mutually agreed standards, service-level agreements and regular compliance audits.

Applying business process management (BPM) to industrial production processes is particularly valuable to ensuring end-to-end supply chain sustainability. BPM is the cornerstone for sustainability impact modelling and analysis, providing businesses with the insights they need to make a positive environmental impact.

Leading the way

Our consultants are experts in dealing with highly sophisticated aerospace, defence and energy supply chains.

They can support you in anticipating risks to supply chain sustainability and help guide sustainable procurement. We also offer tailored integrated logistics support (ILS) services covering the entire lifespan of products, from design to recycling.

Why Airbus Protect?

We support you in driving business and supply chain sustainability in the following areas:

  • Identifying supply chain risks and their potential impact
  • Achieving stakeholder buy-in
  • Fast-tracking end-to-end sustainability compliance
  • Optimising product lifecycle costs
  • Ensuring availability and reliability 
  • Providing transparency of emissions, waste, energy and materials
  • Ensuring business resilience

Our offering

Our mission is to help organisations achieve their sustainability objectives. Our highly skilled consultants, experts and trainers can help you manage and mitigate risk and enhance end-to-end supply chain sustainability. Our offering covers:

  • Risk identification and assessment
  • Process mapping and ILS
  • Impact model design for tracking and simulation
  • Business process management integration
  • Eco design
  • Product regulatory compliance

Get in touch to discover how we can support you

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Automating the SOC – Towards AI-Based Incident Response in the Factory of the Future

The Security Operations Centre (SOC) is an established service for continuous protection of companies against cyber threats, and it will extend to cover industrial environments in the near future. However, with the increasing activity of threat actors as well as their growing resources, knowledge and skills, cyber security is a moving target. This is especially […]

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