• AITACS has a streamlined procedure to address the IT recruitment and Staffing services, by adhering to hassle free procedures. We are specialized in planning and taking forward all kinds of technology staffing requirements and help the clients to get the best of best talent within short notice.

      We provide IT staffing for various skill sets, demanding recruitment levels and immediate job requirements

      Cost effectiveness is a promise of our work culture

      High quality and productivity with transparency all over

      Quick turnaround time without quality compromise

      Easy adaptation to trending technologies

      Fast staffing response time process with low level of risk at client's end

      Clearly defined recruiting terms and conditions

      Matured management with high governance rate

      Aita’s engineering team comprises of SMEs in specific domains such as Energy, Utilities, Chemicals, Manufacturing, Pharma and Life sciences. Apart from a strong domain knowledge they also have STEM degrees from leading universities.

      MSP/VMS programs bring the advantages of standardization, cost savings, and SLA-measured results to your staffing process.

      Aita Consulting Services, Inc. is a U.S. specialty staffing supplier to vendor-neutral MSP/VMS clients. Our methodology embraces the efficiency of MSP/VMS/VMO programs and leverages their capability to minimize client cost and maximize response time, coverage and compliance. An industry-specific Dedicated Account Management Team, with a single point of contact, deals directly with you to ensure that candidates we submit have the experience, credentials and talent to perform at the highest level and are also matched to your business climate and goals.

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Building supply chain resilience: What to do now and next during COVID-19

Building supply chain resilience: What to do now and next during COVID-19

In brief

  • Coronavirus COVID-19 is officially a pandemic presenting a very high risk to human life and economic well-being across the planet.
  • Supply chains are being disrupted on a global scale, creating a humanitarian and societal emergency.
  • A continuous cycle of risk mobilizing, sensing, analysis, configuration, and operation will help companies adapt supply chains and protect communities.
  • This approach will also build greater responsiveness and resilience into supply chains to protect against future disruptions.
  • To do this, supply chains should be leveraging platforms that support applied analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, while also ensuring end-to-end transparency.

What’s the risk to supply chains?

With the virus spreading rapidly and several regions and economies in lockdown, the disruption to supply chains is already severe. The supply chain is critical to getting goods and services quickly, safely and securely to those at risk of infection or who are working at the frontline of the medical response. Business leaders must make rapid decisions, and take immediate actions to sustain business operations to serve their customers, clients and communities, as well as protect and support their workers.

98%

of Fortune 1000 companies are seeing supply chain disruptions from COVID-19.1

75%

of companies have had negative or strongly negative impacts on their businesses

53%

of companies plan to downgrade their growth outlooks (or have already done so)

What should you be doing now?

This is not a typical risk event. The scale of the impact eclipses anything most supply chain leaders will have anticipated. The speed of the escalation requires continuous end-to-end assessment, optimization and monitoring. Companies need to respond rapidly and confidently to shape and execute a short-term tactical plan that will mitigate the risks to human health and protect the functioning of global supply chains. In doing so, strong data and analytics capabilities are crucial in understanding complexity, anticipating potential disruption, and quickly developing a response.