A method to supply chain management known as "strategic sourcing" formalises the way information is acquired and used, enabling an organisation to leverage its combined purchasing power to discover the lowest prices in the market and connect its purchasing strategy with corporate objectives.
All sourcing efforts, from straightforward spot buys to strategic sourcing projects, are supported by AARMTech's relevant category knowledge and toolkit. Customers have access to our expertise in a vast array of topics. We offer in-depth knowledge of supplier marketplaces and sourcing tactics. In contrast to other suppliers, we are technology-agnostic and work inside our customers' procurement systems and infrastructure to continually improve their sourcing processes and capabilities.
To increase options and reduce risks, procurement teams and other decision-makers expand their array of suppliers as their company expands. Finding and choosing the best suppliers for a company may be difficult, particularly in the early phases of the search before talks can become more detailed and sophisticated.
Customers may more efficiently assess potential suppliers for brand-new requirements or potentially replace existing suppliers with the aid of our vendor evaluation service. We evaluate new and current suppliers using both qualitative and quantitative indicators to make sure they provide the necessary goods and services that add value. Our experts have in-depth functional knowledge and regularly interact with suppliers and buy-side solutions. We provide a genuine assessment of the goods or services provided by vendors.
Procurement Engineering Support
Increased demand from internal consumers is one highly visible evidence of procurement's rising relevance to the organisation. However, if not sufficiently resourced, this increasing demand may overwhelm already understaffed internal teams, diminishing their total impact. Both large and small firms need more capable strategic sourcing operations and the resources to create and sustain procurement departments that are the proper size, structure, and maturity as the procurement industry continues to expand.
Intuitive strategic sourcing technology, a team of specialists with extensive experience in procurement consulting services, and data-supported market information are all part of AARMTech procurement services. Together, we offer the specific needs that will encourage the transformation of your procurement department from a strictly tactical role to an inventive, perceptive, and strategic unit.
Quality Assurance and Quality Control
The goal of quality assurance, or QA, is to eliminate defects. The procedures used to manage and produce the deliverables are monitored and tested to ensure that they have been followed and are functioning through quality assurance activities.
The goal of quality control, or QC, is to find defects. QC ensures that the project's intended approaches, techniques, methodologies, and processes are carried out appropriately.
AARMTech's quality assurance and quality control services guarantee the quality of all the materials, buildings, parts, and equipment used in the development, production, and management of your industrial facilities. Our quality assurance and quality control services may assist you to make sure that all contractual requirements, legal requirements, and quality standards are being followed.
A pre-inspection meeting, or PIM, is held between a buyer and supplier after a purchase order (PO) is issued in order to review and set up all of the inspection and quality control requirements in detail with respect to engineering, fabrication, and manufacturing plans and procedures for the supply items.
AARMTECH has a wealth of expertise in oil and gas, petrochemical, refineries, chemical plants, power generation, heavy fabrication, and manufacturing industries at all levels of inspection. From a vast pool of individuals readily available throughout the world, we can offer technical professionals with expertise and excellent qualifications.
Pre FAT/iFAT Support
When adding, changing, or updating a system, many manufacturers do a FAT (Factory Acceptance Test). Where the final installation is completed, a FAT is performed, which calls for a defined device testing process. Due to flaws in certain safety instrumented system components, it is challenging to forecast how the safety instrumented system will operate or what impacts it will have. A FAT offers a useful assessment of these safety issues.
An Integrated Factory Acceptance Test (IFAT) is a testing activity that combines a subset of the control system network and security application environment in an ICS environment with chosen components from key control system suppliers and plant staff.