Large transactional volumes and diversity of customer and product offerings characterize distribution. Your managers require information that enables them to manage profitability.
Order volumes that range from a single item to pallet-packed quantities, products that have no standard form, complexity in cost structure from the numerous activities and direct costs incurred to meet your customer demands characterize your environment. You need data that allows you to understand and manage how these multiple variables impact profitability on a granular SKU and customer level.
Read these case studies to learn more about our work in the Distribution industry:
A privately held, regional, print distributor was about to enter acquisition and merger negotiations and needed to unravel and communicate profit/loss information on more than 4,500 individual customer accounts. Read the case study.
The world's largest food group seeks to implement cost-to-serve reporting in the nation's largest frozen foods direct store delivery network serving more than 60,000 customers and 1,800 products. Read the case study.