Supply chain and operations

We help clients create enduring change by reimagining tomorrow’s supply networks to positively impact business, society and the planet.

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How visibility delivers supply chain resilience

The benefits of supply chain visibility

Reimagining supply chains and logistics for growth

As supply chains across Australia and New Zealand are challenged with ongoing disruptions, it’s great to see a team Australia approach. In fact, our team bring extensive end-to-end supply chain and logistics experience across a broad range of industries and at all levels of the process, both strategic and operational. With our leading supply chain strategy, planning and execution consulting capabilities, we bring proven systems, training, education and benchmarking expertise built from working with over 200 organisations, enabling them to achieve competitive advantage whilst identifying significant cost savings.

We are excited to be collaborating with our clients across a range of industries including retail, consumer goods and services, government, defence and resources. We help them build resilience as they create an agile network of suppliers and partners, that enables them to better respond to changing regulations and offer customers services they’d not otherwise been able to offer.

Enable intelligence. Drive change.

Companies expect their supply chains to deliver more—to be responsive to demand and resilient to change, to optimize costs and do good for society. To achieve all this, supply chain leaders must reimagine their supply chains for tomorrow.

Future-ready supply chains are intelligent, self-driving networks of growth. They’re built on a foundation of digital, data and AI to provide the visibility, agility and new ways of working needed to create 360° value, enterprise-wide.

These intelligent supply networks deliver across three key priorities:

  • Relevant – agile and customer-centric, addressing demand changes in a cost-effective way
  • Resilient – preparing for, mitigating and responding to disruptions of all scales
  • Sustainable – good for society and the planet, enhancing trust with all stakeholders.

In doing so, they become engines of profitable and sustainable growth.

Intelligent Supply Chain and Operations | Accenture

The Intelligent Supply Chain is an engine of growth through new customer experiences, a driver of profitability in challenging economic times, and a responsible source of stakeholder trust in the new reality world enabling competitiveness.

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Accenture @COP26

Building Resilient and Sustainable Supply Chains

Accenture's Kris Timmermans speaks at COP26 on resilience and sustainability in supply chain.

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How we make it happen


Transform data-driven decision-making across the supply chain using AI, analytics and intelligent automation. Learn more.


Change through custom cloud services and solutions that accelerate innovation, intelligence, and value across the supply chain. Learn more.


Navigate a complex partner ecosystem across the supply chain, accelerate digital transformation and enhance the digital core. Learn more.

Industry X

Reimagine the way products, services and experiences get designed and built in the age of digital disruption. Learn more.


Become responsible by design by building sustainable value chains that positively impact business, society and the planet. Learn more.

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Case studies

Going beyond procurement process mining with new capabilities to deliver major value.

Transforming fleet management for Microsoft’s global headquarters

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Supply chain and operations blogs

Reinvent and create agile supply chains that power enterprise value across a range of industries and markets.

7 capabilities to build industry and the future supply chain

Companies become champions of industry and the future supply chain. Accenture’s Max Blanchet discusses his insights and his new book.

How you can make your supply chain a winning team

Supply chains face big challenges. Solving them requires an ecosystem with all the right players in a single team.

It's 2022: Time for a sustainable supply chain with resilient backbone

What issue are driving your supply chain in 2022, we provide a global perspective on sustainability, emerging tech, and other trends.

Our ecosystem

We extend our technology and business capabilities through a powerful ecosystem of market leaders and innovators.

Accenture Positioned as a Leader in IDC MarketScapes

Accenture Positioned as a Leader in IDC MarketScapes for Worldwide Supply Chain Ecosystem Services including Oracle and SAP.

Accenture Acquires REPL Group

Accenture Acquires REPL to Expand Retail Technology and Supply Chain Capabilities.

Tata Transforms Supply Chain with Blue Yonder and Accenture

Tata Consumer Products Digitally Transforms Supply Chain with Blue Yonder and Accenture.

Our leaders

Join the team

Meet several of our supply chain leaders from around the world. There’s never been a better time than now to help solve business and national issues and be part of supply chain transformations. Learn more.

Supply Chain & Operations People of Change

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Frequently asked questions

Supply chain management has always been focused on finetuning for speed and efficiency. But today’s requirements are different, broader, and more complex. Supply chains must be able to respond to the needs and values of individual customers, adaptive enough to serve segments of one, not markets of millions. They need to support greater customization and personalization. They need to be faster, but also more agile and more resilient too. And they need to be transparent, responsible and purpose-led, doing what’s right for society and for the planet as well as for the business.

To optimize their supply chains amid constant change, today’s CSCOs have a host of new imperatives. They must look to reorient their supply chains around innovative personalized products, services and experiences. They must combine greater efficiency with greater speed and agility, combining the best talent with the new possibilities opened up by intelligent automation. They must look to anticipate risk, increase flexibility, improve security, and build resilience. And they must manage the entire value chain in a more sustainable, responsible and transparent way.

Today’s consumers have different—and greater—needs and expectations. Now, it’s not just about the product, it’s also about the holistic package of services and experiences companies build around that product—or provide as entirely standalone offerings. These value-driven customer offerings are the basis of future competitive advantage—and supply chains play a crucial role in delivering them.