In the movie “The Wolf of Wall Street”, the main character is asked to sell a pen; most people immediately start thinking about selling techniques and words they can use to sell the pen. However, that is not the first question not even the second; it all starts with who is your customer? To understand the direction of the customer while also considering what is the intent of the pen? What is the customer’s main concern?
Facing low prices of crude oil, companies need to reshape supply chains to get sustainable cost reductions and reach profitability in the mid and long term. End to end visibility in upstream, midstream or downstream portions of the business reduces substantially the inefficiencies, driving competitive advantages bringing you closer to achieving your strategic goals.
Visibility, a term we hear far too often when talking about the supply chain but a word that signifies huge importance on this same topic. But how do companies gain that visibility?
There are hundreds of solutions out there, how do you pick the right one and implement it as quickly as possible to start benefiting from end to end visibility? By choosing a company who provides a customer centric experience through their Centers of Excellence.
Where do you gain visibility? The optimal view comes from a logistics services provider, one equipped with end-to-end solutions designed to meet your needs while you concentrate your time, energy and investment in your core business.