Case study

Case study

Offerings Optimization
& Revenue Management

Financial Performances and Operational
Efficiencies of the
core Processes have been
implemented and applied
in various Industries,
such as Steel Industry, Airport Operations,
Electronics Manufacturing, Retail Services, etc.
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Performance Results

Companies from various Industries have seen improvements in Quality Stabilization, Increasing Productivity, Efficiency Improvements, etc.

Switching to value added task the planning resources Switching to value added task the planning resources Switching to value added task the planning resources
  1. Ingredients buying : Item contract & Menu mapping
  2. Menu planning : 3 weeks planning
  3. Delivery & Operation : Menu confirm
  4. Menu Analysis : Looping Menu analysis
Operation Efficiency + Customer Satisfaction
Background
  • · Companies from various Industries needed to improve chronical
    Business Issues
  • · There was an increasing demand for optimized Offerings to
    strengthen Market Competitiveness
  • · There was an increasing need to standardize and optimize
    Business Issues for Production Diversification,
    Environmental Changes, Working Inefficiencies, etc.
Strategy
  • · Advanced Products and Service levels through Data-based Optimization
  • · Support to strengthen Market Competitiveness with Customer focused
    Management and Efficient Operations
  • · Introduction of efficient Decision Making Processes in Plant Planning
    for Cost Optimization
  • · Lot Size Planning to minimize Idle Time and maintain an optimal
    Stock level
  • · Advanced P&L Management and increasing Customer Satisfaction
    with automated Menu Plans

The Result

Companies from various Industries have seen improvements in Quality Stabilization, Increasing Productivity, Efficiency Improvements, etc.

Effectiveness Effectiveness Effectiveness Effectiveness Operational Efficiency of the Workforce
with arranging Value Added Tasks
Preference Preference Preference Preference Dynamic Menu Planning based on Customer Preferences
and Market Conditions for Food Ingredients

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