Cost-to-Serve Optimization

What is the real cost to meet your customers’ needs? If you don’t know the answer, you may be servicing unprofitable customers and making uninformed business decisions.

An accurate cost-to-serve model answers questions such as:

  • Is this customer profitable, given supply chain configuration and costs?
  • Does it make good business sense to continue to stock and distribute this product?
  • What is the right amount to charge to at least cover costs?

Uncover the key principles of cost-to-serve optimization.

In this white paper you will learn:

  • The key principles of cost-to-serve optimization and how it differs from cost-to-serve analysis and activity-based costing
  • The alternatives that cost-to-serve optimization presents along with the potential benefits and impacts of implementation

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