Organizations that does not know true costs and profitability of processes, services, products, customers regions or channels, face serious disadvantages in the current competitive environment.
Do you know that …
- … from 20% to 40% of customers are not profitable for organizations?
- … which products generate profits and which will generate losses?
- … which customers add value to your organization and those who destroy it?
- … service level can be managed among customers to ensure sales and profitability?
- … prices can be differentiated between customers, regions, distribution channels or markets served?
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Implement an Activity-Based Costing & Profitability System in order to capture opportunities:
- Reduce Costs
- Increase Profits
- Improve Processes Performance
- Fact Based Decision Making
Profitability Analysis and Cost Management
Profitability Analysis in the current competitive environment has become very important for organizations for accomplishing the following:
- To determine which products are profitable and which generate losses.
- Identify customers that add value to the company and those who destroy it.
- Assign resources properly to every business segment.
- Identify optimal product portfolio by channel or customer.
- Establish differentiated pricing strategy among customers or markets served according to their actual performance.
- Asignar corporate expenses, indirect, or shared services.
- Define elements of service to be provided to each client based on sales and profits.
- Establish budgeting based on “operations” approach instead of an “accounting” approach