Would you agree that staying profitable is a balancing act? Each time costs rise in one area of your business, such as raw and indirect materials, you have to offset those costs somewhere else to maintain profitability. Our clients are able to offset rising costs to gain profitability in a way that is sustainable. Once we drive down their initial supply chain costs we bring them reporting and KPI measures that allow them to make the best decisions on how to further drive profits. Forecasting becomes easier and being able to measure numbers such as inventory levels, intercompany transfer costs and inventory in transit costs is simple.
You can read about how a company can increase profit by optimizing their supply chain. This case study details the process of a pump manufacturer becoming more profitable by reducing operating costs, increasing sales visibility and upgrading customer service.