General Business Consultants, Inc. www.GenBusCon.com
MAKING "SYSTEMS"-USE and OPERATIONS MORE-PROFITABLE
For Distributors, WHOLESALERS, Manufacturers
We do not - assume a warehouse is organized and operating in ways that prevent costly mistakes that lose sales and customers
- presume a company is effectively minimizing inventory stock-outs and excess, and profitably selling slow-moving stock
- sell ERP, MRP or warehouse management (WMS) systems or technologies (e.g., bar coding)
- have ties to system or warehouse technology vendors -- we are always on the client's side; we avoid problem vendors/systems
- assume that a WMS or other warehouse technology would prevent mistakes, increase productivity or be cost-justified
Our unbiased, objective services save time, money and aggravation. We:
Develop strategic plans for surviving the threats from new types of competition
Reduce warehouse & value-added mistakes & costs, w/o new technology - often via low-cost, quick improvements
Help develop plans to market slow-moving stock
Reduce inventory stock-outs, short-ships and excess without hurting customer service
Determine the justification of ERP/MRP/WMS, cloud computing, a central warehouse, warehouse technologies
Determine if an ERP/MRP/WMS or warehouse technology should be replaced
Select the most cost-effective ERP/MRP/WMS, warehouse technology or cloud computing, while avoiding the pitfalls, problems, overpaying and an unprotective contract
expert litigation supportwitness testimony, and advice to investment
For aFREE, no-obligation 30-minute phone consultation, click FREE CONSULTATION. For a FREE copy of "The Distributor's Warehouse Guide - Preventing Mistakes That Hurt Customers", click Other Contact Info.
Consulting for more than 40 years, each consultant has MBA and engineering degrees, and is a Certified Management Consultant.
We write articles for trade magazines, and conduct workshops and Webinars for associations, trade groups and individual distributing and manufacturing companies (on improving warehouse operations, warehouse management systems, inventory management, and competing with Amazon Business and other new types of competitors).