The average life cycle of new corporations is roughly 12 to 15 years, a significant decrease from the 1920s when the average age was 67 years.
Very few companies are members of the Century Club — companies that have been in continuous, independent operation for more than 100 years.
Companies that have celebrated 100 years in business have very strong business systems and are deliberate about preserving them.
Creating effective business systems is the only way to attain results that are consistent, measurable, and ultimately benefit customers. Our unique model covers foundation and four pillar that guarantee sustainable and healthy business results.
We create Creating customer centric approach to business excellence via
> Commercial excellence to improve related processes such as: pricing, sales process, marketing, brand strategy, channel strategy, trade terms and discounting, delivery, distribution processes, category management and product portfolio management.
> Operational excellence to improve operations related processes from End to End such as: procurement, demand planning, sourcing, warehousing, production, capacity planning, costing, R&D, product design, maintenance, freights, EOQ, manning and conversion cost.