Supply Chain FAQ's

Supply chain efficiency is directly linked to a company’s profitability. In the AI-led era of Industry 4.0, a successful supply chain must be both digital and resilient. Although automation is being discussed and deployed by many, only a few companies have leveraged data-led and design-led supply chain.

Being on the cutting edge of AI-led capability simulation, Amplo Global has been partnering with companies operating in the industrial sector, focusing on enabling operational efficiencies, digital transformation, and modeling for supply chain initiatives where outcomes are driven by connected operations and data.

Reducing demand variability while improving forecast accuracy, reducing order size (more customization), reducing supplier risk and lead time and effective risk management and recovery are some key ways to improve customer services while keeping inventories low. recovery are some key ways to improve customer services while keeping inventories low.

Utilizing AI, ML and data analytics to provide end-to-end visibility through customizable dashboards and data visualizations, creates data interconnectivity and forward and backward visibility to harmonize processes at any level within and across the business units.

Powerful simulation capabilities provided by AmploFly4.0™ based on internal process data, outside-in market data, and systems data can forecast the success of strategic changes before and after implantation.

Using AmploFly4.0™, a company can break down their processes through extensive benchmarking or as we call it, Ampmarking. This can help the company identify and map waste or value streams. Then AmploFly4.0™, will help set achievable decrease targets and monitor KPIs.

Simulation and predictive analytics with real-time integration of internal and outside-in data can allow the user to estimate, forecast, and manage demand through changes in inventory.

AmploFly4.0™ can support quality management by driving process improvement and integration with cognitive solutions. This would drive product improvement with early detection and reduction of quality issues. AmploFly4.0™ can help you improve by process quality, process quality, and service management.

AmploFly4.0™ can help you access and manage risk across the value chain, using process heat maps, function-phase matrices, and a balanced scorecard approach along with a clear feedback loop for performance measurement. This can lead to improved experience by personas leveraging these measures via Design Thinking.

Green IT and Data

We can easily claim that our Green procurement programs can reduce expenditure and waste; increase resource efficiency; and influence production, markets, prices, available services and organisational behaviour. Also known as green or environmental
purchasing, green procurement compares price, technology, quality and the environmental impact of the product, service or contract.

Green is In

Green sourcing can also assist organisations in meeting multi-lateral requirements and guidelines which International Standards Organisation and other bodies have established. After reviewing current purchasing practices and policies of an organization along with life cycle assessment of the environmental impacts, the outcome is a regularly reviewed. Our “Green” services utilise fewer resources, are designed to last longer and minimise their impact on the environment from cradle to grave.

Green Infra

Investing in green infrastructure comes armed with many social, economic and environmental benefits, for water storage, purification and flood prevention, cooling urban heat islands, improved health, well-being and access to nature for people, as well as space and habitat for wildlife. Our strategies can incorporate both the natural environment and engineered systems to provide clean water, conserve ecosystem values and functions, and provide a wide array of benefits to people and wildlife.

Go green with our envious solutions

Our green infrastructure solutions can be applied on different scales, from the building level, to the broader landscape level. On the local level, green infrastructure practices include rain gardens, permeable pavements, green roofs, infiltration planters, trees and rainwater harvesting systems. On a larger scale, it impacts the preservation and restoration of natural landscapes like forests, floodplains and wetlands. Our Green infrastructure strategies will boost a company’s economy, enhance community health and safety, and provide recreation, wildlife, and other benefits.

Green Sourcing

As all companies are notching up their climate commitment game, their ambitions to source materials are also soaring! Be it green steel, recycled aluminum, or recycled plastic—that have lower emissions intensity than their conventional equivalents, production capacity for many pf these low-emissions materials, appears to fall far short of future demand.

Our strategies hence suggest that for supply chain decarbonization, companies should first understand both the emissions generated during the manufacturing of all the components and materials they now procure and their exposures to supply, demand, and price volatility for these inputs. We believe that charting a sourcing strategy to cut emissions spans over multiple time frames.

Green Supply Chain and Manufacturing

Integrating sustainable environmental processes into the traditional supply chain, like supplier selection and purchasing material, product design, product manufacturing and assembling, distribution and end-of-life management, our green supply chain involves value creation through the operations of whole chain. Though reducing air, water and waste pollution is the main goal, but it also enhances
the firms’ performance in terms of less waste manufacturing, reuse and recycling of products, reduction in manufacturing costs, greater efficiency of assets, positive image building, and greater customer satisfaction.

As you demand, so we supply

By implementing Green supply chain, the applications of the key sustainable development strategy outstand. Our module emphasizes how green practices can be adopted in firms to mitigate the environmental degradations and increase the economic and operational performance. We help our clients incorporate Green practices in supply chain management like:

Green material sourcing
Green marketing
Green management
Green distribution and warehousing
Green manufacturing
Ecological design
Green transportation and reverse logistics
Renewable energy and biofuels Introducing green thought to hone your supply chains can help you save the environment and create a healthier bottom line. It is not just the ethical thing to do but also financially rewarding for the business.


With the prioritization of ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) and the intense focus on climate change, Benchmarking has become a must to establish baselines, define industry best practices, identify risks and opportunities, and create a competitive environment within an organization. Our process can yield valuable data that helps companies evaluate and prioritize improvement opportunities, as well as, support lifecycle assessments and disclosure requirements.

Our competitive benchmarking can help determine whether or not the sustainability strategies are effective, provide recommendations for closing potential gaps, and assess the business value to be gained by addressing those gaps. Our process also provides a guidepost, so stakeholders, investors, customers, and industry peers have access to meaningful, standardized industry comparisons.

Materiality and Maturity Assessment

Our materiality and maturity assessment is best used as a strategic business tool that can benefit if applied as a sustainability lens to business risk, opportunity, trend-spotting and enterprise risk management processes. Rather than creating a separate one, our inclusive materiality process, can deliver valuable benefits, such as:

  • Ensuring business strategy takes account of significant social and environmental topics
  • Management of sustainability issues is embedded in wider business processes
  • Identifying trends on the horizon, such as water scarcity or changing weather patterns that could significantly impact a company’s value
  • Enabling different functions of the business to develop new products or services and stay ahead of competitors
  • Highlighting areas that are important but not currently addressed