Bristlecone was founded in 1996 to help businesses maximize the strategic value of their supply chains using SAP enterprise software. Supply chains are becoming more complex as product life cycles shorten, companies outsource manufacturing, and globalization heightens competition. These factors have also sharpened the focus on supply chains, leading to cost reduction initiatives and pressure to increase revenue and decrease operational response time.
We work closely with our clients to respond to these challenges through sophisticated strategy and business process consulting, systems implementation services, SAP Netweaver and independent software vendor (ISV) services, and business process outsourcing (BPO) and knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) services. Our team of more than 1,000 professionals commands sound domain knowledge in manufacturing, supply chain management, and procurement. We apply first-hand, real-world experience to create rapid time-to-value solutions.
With offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore, and India, we have performed over 150 SAP implementations for clients across the globe. Our team of 250 software consultants works closely with SAP Labs on product development and testing for new releases of various SAP applications. We’ve collaborated on SRM, ERP and CRM, notably contributing to the development of the CIN (Country India) version of SAP ERP. This partnership gives us unmatched expertise in product implementation and consulting.
With every project, we deliver twelve months of post-implementation support and analytical services. Our fixed fee, fixed time pricing assures full accountability. We want you to realize business value, not just go live with a system.
Our vast expertise across a range of industries like semiconductors, consumer products, automotive, apparel and footwear, oil and gas, and software gives us the expertise to advise you no matter your business. We’re a trusted partner and advisor to more than 100 blue chip clients, including many global leaders like Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP, LSI Logic, Mahindra, Motorola, Nestle, Nike, Palm, Unilever, and more.