Our value chain controlling approach includes an integrated view of the company's processes to prevent silo mentality and isolated optimization.
Value chain controlling for continuous optimization of the entire process organization
Companies can optimize their entire value chain with our process-oriented, cross-functional value chain controlling approach. Driver-based models create transparency and enable the simulation of different fields of action. In this way, silo mentality and the isolated analysis of individual processes or areas can be avoided – in favor of optimizing overall profitability.
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How we help clients
Value chain controlling
Development of driver-based models
Increasing transparency and reducing complexity along the value chain
Identification and optimization of value flows
CAMELOT control tower
Customized dashboarding concepts
Recognition of the relevant information
Definition and implementation of KPIs
Action- and decision-oriented reporting
Business foresight analyzer
Integrated view of P&L, balance sheet and liquidity
Transforming controlling to keep your company on the right course
CAMELOT has been a leading consulting specialist for value chain management for over 20 years. With our proven value chain controlling approach, we optimize the overall profitability of your company – in contrast to isolated optimizations, such as those provided by traditional cost-centered approaches.
Value chain controlling approach
We work with you to optimize the overall profitability of your company by focusing on improving process flows, optimizing capacity utilization, and considering the monetary impact.
Focus on information relevance
CAMELOT supports you by identifying and providing the relevant information, defining the right control parameters, and driver-based optimization of your procedures.
Focus on the entire value chain
We examine the entire value creation process respectively the operational structure as a single entity, including upstream and downstream processes.