• Strategic planning

    Strategic planning

    Warehouse location​
    ​Optimization of the delivery geography
    Determination of the vehicle number
    Creating distribution areas
    Scenarios of deliveries and schedules​​​
    Spatial analysis​​​
    Sales opportunities analytics

  • Transport management

    Transport management

    Route optimization​
    Full handling of orders
    Modelling of the logistics structure​​​​​​
    Fleet management and GPS​​​
    Communication portal (WebLogic)
    Analytics and KPI's
    Digital maps
    Text message - based information systems
    Mobile driver management
  • Sales representatives management

    Sales representatives management

    Sales representatives route optimization
    ​Management of regions and sales representatives
    Remote task management
    Digital maps​​​

  • Service technicians management

    Service technicians management

    Scheduling tasks
    ​Service technicians route optimization
    Mobile communication with service technician
    Digital maps
    Assigning service technicians to tasks

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The business model describes the manner in which an organisation creates value for customers and makes profits from this created value.
The business model consists of nine basic elements which correspond to the logic of the money earning process.
The analysis of the business model covers the area of customers, offer, infrastructure and finance.
Training in a form of a workshop:
  • teaches how one’s own business model can be drawn,
  • presents well-known schematic diagrams of business models which have been successful (Apple, Google, …),
  • shows how it is possible to apply the diagrams we have become acquainted with in our own business,
  • shows how the solutions worked out can be evaluated,
  • makes it possible to earn money in a different way than that of competitors.
The business model which has been developed is a sort of a strategy sketch.

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