Originally established as a consultancy company, GIODE still prides itself as an unrivalled provider of truly independent specialist advice. In addition to the testimonials on this page, our recent consultancy task have included:
Development of Support Requirements Definition for a UK £2.5 Billion Acquisition of 11 replacement Maritime Support Vessels.
Partnering in a joint study for HQ of the Directorate of the Electrical and Mechanical Engineers on the effect of different inventory performance measures on military equipment availability.
Modelling a north-American underground metro train network to determine the optimum inventory to support a $1Bn+ acquisition of new rolling-stock.
Creating an enterprise Performance-Based Logistics Contracting process (including a “PBL Manual) for a continental-European aircraft manufacturer supporting fleets in 42 different countries worldwide.
Developing the physical Support Chain Transformation Strategy for a major bidder short-listed for the £1 Billion contract to be the delivery partner UK MOD’s Future Logistics Information Service (FLIS).
Partnering in a major (12 month) joint study with the UK MOD into Inventory planning Algorithms for future Inventory Management Systems.
|Research for a Scandinavian Defence Department into the effects of the UK MOD Resource Accounting regulations on their inventory management.|
Giode Specialise in the provision of courses specifically tailored to meet particular client needs.
Recent Locations for in-house courses include:
- Huntingdon, England
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Luzerne, Switzerland
- Madrid, Spain
- Singapore, Singapore
- Tegernsee, Germany
We love to teach and we love to travel.
Please contact us to discuss your particular requirements.
All enquiries are completely confidential and free of charge.
Giode Ltd (the providers of Giode Red Cube) also deliver a selection of Supply Chain and inventory related training courses. As most laptop users are aware, running multiple applications on that thirteen free cell phone tracker inch display is a pain