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Companies typically treat costs as either fixed or variable, but a significant and growing portion of costs fall into a third category—complexity costs—driven by variety and not reflected in standard costs. Using WP&C's complexity costing approach and plotting profitability via whale curves uncovers true customer and product profitability, enabling you to build better strategies to address product mix, innovation, cost-to-serve, and even go-to-market approach.
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The Global Markets Complexity Index (GMCI) is a framework for decision-makers on geographic footprint strategy and a resource for multinationals as they navigate expansion and contraction. Explore the market, operational, and regulatory complexity across 100 countries in this year's report.
Wilson Perumal & Company (WP&C) has been awarded its largest competitive contract to date—a $25 million, five-year IDIQ contract from the U.S. Army Materiel Command to help transform the Army’s Organic Industrial Base. WP&C will help improve the material readiness generation and efficiency of depot and arsenal operations. In previous projects, WP&C supported the Army’s ongoing effort to modernize its enterprise resource planning systems and also helped Joint Munitions Command reduce operating expenses by over $35 million across five production facilities.
Executives recognize the value of portfolio optimization, but many efforts merely trim the tail. Go deeper to achieve a 20%–40% improvement in EBITDA. Read our latest issue of Vantage Point to learn how using our 5 Facet Approach.
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Outsourcing and automation share common goals—cost reduction, error reduction, and capacity increase. But when executed without sufficient preparation, both approaches can fail. The addition of hidden business and process complexity can erode or even negate benefits. To determine which approach is right for your organization, the first step is to assess four factors to surface risks and identify complexities.
WP&C is proud to announce it has been certified as a Great Place to Work. 98% of employees report WP&C is a great place to work compared to 57% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company. The firm excelled in the areas of recruiting, responsibility, ethics, employee acknowledgment, and promotions.