Specialist procurement and supply chain management consultancy TIPS Consulting has rebranded to xynergie as part of a new integrated outsourcing proposition for public (Central and Local Government) and larger private sector clients.
The launch of the xynergie brand sees the company’s procurement and supply chain services added into a full suite of services, from IT to recruitment, that will offer clients an end-to-end solution that is completely new to the consultancy marketplace.
xynergie chief executive, Tony Lockwood said: “Never has the need for collaboration, partnership and joined-up thinking been so great as in today’s economic environment. Through our previous client engagements, we have identified the changing market conditions and anticipate future client demands for more flexibility, improved collaboration and fully integrated solutions that can drive efficiencies and cost reductions whilst improving service delivery.
“xynergie’s integrated approach is unique in the market and allows full flexibility to the demands of clients. Providing both strategic and tactical outsourcing options to clients, xynergie also has the ability to integrate the services, which enables significant efficiencies of operations and thus cost reductions.”
For further information, go to www.xynergie.co.uk
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This morning’s FT announced that there are hundreds of new management consultancy jobs being created as the big four gear themselves up for the demand from financial services and manufacturing organisations seeking advice on how to reduce costs and restructure their businesses.
Great news for the big four, but is it great news for UK plc?
I think not, especially given the success statistics of this type of support in the past, with significant cost overruns and a slash and burn approach. What UK Plc needs right now is considered thought on what the future of business looks like.
Yes, conduct a root and branch review of each business area, certainly cut out waste, but we do need to remember to ensure that the business is geared to take advantage of the upturn when it comes.
TIPS have successfully completed numerous such projects and all of our clients have significantly reduced their cost base, whilst improving service delivery and have developed a business model that is geared to taking advantage of future opportunities. What’s more, out model delivers these benefits on a gain share basis, and allows clients to gain benefit without the usual upfront investment required to engage consultancies.
see www.tipsconsulting.co.uk for more information.