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  • Extensive practical knowledge combined with key business data and powered by best-of-breed optimization technology delivers a design most suited for you
  • Proprietary technology models solutions based on real world scenarios taking into account your operational, sustainability and capital constraints to develop the lowest cost implementable solution
  • Improved and optimized supply chain design leading to up to 15% cost savings

PROFIT POINT TOOLKIT FOR
SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN

STRATEGIC NETWORK ANALYSIS PROCESS (SNAP™)

Multi-step SNAP process is used to construct a mathematical model of the supply chain network to generate an optimized infrastructure solution that satisfies customer demand and minimizes total cost across the entire network.

PROFIT NETWORK ™

Profit Network™ is a stand-alone network design software package that can be integrated with your ERP data warehouse and allows you to model your existing or proposed supply chain for a geographic area, with its locations, flow limits and costs

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“Profit Point brings a compelling combination of optimization software and training experts which allow us to effectively manage the process and gain the greatest benefit from our network design.”

Douglas Holland
General Manager of Sales Operations in Mainland China,

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