In a highly competitive environment heavily affected by the reduction of consumption and dependent on the evolution of costs and demands of increasing globalization and homogenization throughout the supply chain, together with the increasingly stringent environmental regulations, transport and automotive industries need to optimize their processes by maintaining the excellence of services, segmenting their market, diversifying their supply and dedicating significant financial resources to improving their environmental impact.
The improvement of the management becomes a key element to achieve this greater competitiveness and to guarantee the safety in the operation. For this, it is necessary to handle a significant amount of information and critical indicators of different natures.
- Effective cost control and cost reduction (budget tracking, cost accounting).
- Improve your profitability and optimize your management system (stocks, productivity, vertical integration, routes, comparatives).
- Increase their capacity to react to changes by adapting their production process and the level of stocks to demand and improve forecasting (simulation scenarios for changes in the environment: prices, regulations, demand variation).
- Greater competitiveness and positioning (more attractive offer, management and retention of talent).
- Greater efficiency (global vision, cause-and-effect models, Balanced Scorecard).
- Establish a control mechanism and alerts.