• Insight
     -  Dimitrios Matsoulis
    March 27, 2016

    The break-even point is that magic sold product volume where the contributions (revenue minus variable costs) of sold products cover initial investment and fixed costs. The contribution of every …

  • Case Study
     -  Richard F.
    March 27, 2016

    Do you sometimes have the feeling it’s impossible for your niche business to compete with larger corporations? Not to mention all the low-priced product coming in from abroad muddying your …

  • Insight
     -  Ramu I.
    September 24, 2014

    There is no doubt that effective strategies for handling product returns can increase revenues, cut down on costs, enhance profits and provide better levels of customer service. Customers often …

  • Case Study
     -  Richard F.
    February 08, 2016

    When it comes to retail, salespeople are generally going to be more interested in packaging that sells instead of finding eco-friendly packaging that can be re-used or recycled after. But when the …

  • Case Study
     -  Ramu I.
    February 22, 2015

    The supply chain for McDonald's is highly complex in India and the following numbers will give you an indication of the size of its Indian operation. It uses around 9000 hamburger buns, 3500 kg of …

  • Insight
     -  Susmita B.
    January 02, 2015

    Suppliers play a crucial role in the successful operations of every business. Irrespective of size and sector, finding good suppliers is always a challenging task. It's better to not make this …

  • Insight
     -  Rasel T.
    July 26, 2014

    Supply chain management involves managing the entire supply chain from raw material suppliers to manufacturers to wholesalers to retailers and finally to end consumers. The main goal of supply chain …