For Optilon to be able to reach substantial effects from business projects in logistics and planning, there are several parts that must work. As consultants in Supply Chain Optimization, we must obviously understand our clients business processes, what makes them competitive and how they make money. We must also have extensive knowledge in logistics, planning and optimization that we can share with our customers. For us to be able to get the best possible effect of our projects, we must also be able to translate this knowledge into daily business processes.
This work of transforming business strategy into clear governance principles is extremely important according to our belief and experience and it is therefore a key element in all our projects. We've chosen to call this link between strategic and operational levl the company's Operational Strategies. Operational Strategies are necessary for the company's business strategies to be re-engineered to governance principles that govern how the Supply Chain Applications that we use in our projects work in practice.
If you want to know more about the area of Operational Strategies, please contact
Fredrik Jersby, responsible for Solution Design, +46 709 379 291, firstname.lastname@example.org.