Wilson Perumal & Company was founded on the insight that companies are struggling with the level of complexity in today’s world and need to rethink traditional approaches to strategy and execution.
We bring a distinct point of view, deep experience, and unique methodologies to help you tackle complex, systemic issues. Whether you want to lower costs, accelerate growth, or reduce risk, we can help you seize previously untapped opportunities.Learn About Our Expertise
Senior corporate and private equity executives joined us in Deer Valley to discuss approaches to maximize human capital and workforce productivity. In this report, learn their strategies for navigating tight labor markets, closing worker skill gaps, developing (and retaining) effective leaders, and building a strong, healthy culture in today's environment.
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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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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.
In our latest book, learn how to navigate the Sirens of Growth® and build true scale in today’s new era of competition.Download Chapter 1
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“Wilson Perumal & Company's approach treats complexity as the enemy. Declaring war is the most direct route to an efficient, profitable enterprise. We declared war on the complexity in our portfolio, resulting in streamlined customer offerings and a more nimble business.”
“This was a quick and painless way to understand our true product profitability, and it challenges how we think about our business. I am extremely pleased with the results.”
“WP&C’s insights into our portfolio, cost structure and growth drivers have changed the way we think about our business. The brand management playbooks they developed for the business will be critical to how we make decisions going forward.”
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“If you take all six times [past projects] where we looked at this, over the past ten years, and rolled them all up together, and multiplied by ten, it would still not be as good as this work.”
“Army personnel credit the collaboration between Joint Munitions Command, CAAA's higher headquarters, and consulting firm Wilson Perumal & Company for identifying areas to improve the munitions distribution process.”