There are four steps of control.
Which step are you at today?

Control > information availability and capital efficiency


Lack of Control

You are vaguely in control of your logistics. You are aware of the levels of transportation and warehousing costs, but you do not have easy access to the detailed information needed to analyze and improve the flow.


Reactive Control

It is relatively simple to move from a lack of control to reactive control. This primarily involves taking control of two flows: the physical flow and the financial flow.


Proactive Control

This step is about moving form reactive to more proactive control, and managing your flows actively. At this step, we manage both the physical and the financial flows.


Business Control

Take logistics to the next level and ensure that the logistics approach you offer your customers is competitive and a decisive factor in the choice of you as their supplier.