Supply chain management doesn’t just deliver solutions, it also produces costs stemming from a variety of individual services across different service levels. The problem: In many companies, feasibility studies of SCM structures and processes lack transparency.
Even when total costs and service figures are available, rarely is it clear how individual services and costs interrelate. The metrics commonly applied to performance objectives at the top management level are not helpful in evaluating SCM processes.
Today, modern IT solutions can bring transparency to the dependency of network structures and supply chain costs. How can your supply chain be optimized—including economically? How can you lower costs and elevate service levels? How can you maximize cost transparency in the supply chain?
Our whitepaper offers helpful action items and use cases that demonstrate how different supply chain solutions and measures pay off. And how logistics experts find the ideal constellation in which everything fits together: strategic corporate goals and network structure, costs and service objectives, expenses and revenues.