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Navitas, A Leading Business Modelling Resource, Announces Results From Revenue & Stock Control Study

Navitas, a prominent innovator in corporate case studies and strategies, has recently distributed successful results from its Revenue & Stock Control business model.

 
 
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PRLog - Nov. 1, 2012 - SWANBOURNE, Australia -- SWANBOURNE, WA - Navitas has built their reputation on delivering a comprehensive range of business models to ensure entrepreneurs operating in any industry have the resources and insight they need to succeed. The firm recently released findings that focused on a Revenue & Stock Control study. Navitas' client, an Australian decking company that relies on inventory imports from offshore providers, required extensive research on varying transactional options to ensure its sustained operational viability. When asked about the Revenue & Stock Control business modelling study, Col Werner, Director at Navitas stated that:

"For this particular case study (http://businessmodelling.com.au/case-study-revenue-and-stock-control.html), our team of specialists faced a number of considerations and challenges that had to be managed during the study. We partnered with our client throughout the process to keep a steady focus on factors such as minimum sales levels needed, calculations on required stock levels as well as a wide range of transactional options to ensure that we could provide accurate insight to help transform and enhance operational procedures for optimal results," Werner said.

After successfully navigating through the business modelling (http://www.businessmodelling.com.au/) challenges of the Revenue & Stock Control case study, Navitas was able to compile a list of solutions and subsequent outcomes based on their research. Among the many contributions stemming from the study, Navitas' consulting team created an inventory level profile based on container size and outlined four distinctive transaction models to ensure maximum sales revenue potential. Werner noted that Navitas' findings also delivered several significant results that the client can use moving forward:

"Beyond a specific selling model, the Revenue & Stock Control study also provided an extensive range of benefits including enhanced planning capabilities, production processes that don't drain assets and a more stabilised business environment where our client can confidently purchase international stock orders without worry about unforeseen glitches. The client himself notes that, 'The Navitas business model eased any concern I had about profitability and gave me the confidence to invest and grow the business further.' Additionally, we were able to yield results that directly correlated with a strategy that saved our client over $30,000 a year. We couldn't be happier about the impact our study will have, not only with this client, but with other companies who are facing a similar set of corporate challenges," Werner noted.

About Navitas:
Since 1999, the team at Navitas has helped businesses in a wide range of industries maximise success and achievement with their innovative business modelling strategies and solutions. Specialising in operational, financial and managerial models (http://businessmodelling.com.au/approach.html), Navitas creates customised approaches based on specific needs and distinctions for optimal operational efficiencies.

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Source:Navitas
Phone:61 (8) 6102 5220
Zip:6010
City/Town:Swanbourne - Western Australia - Australia
Industry:Business, Advertising
Tags:Business modelling, case study, Financial and Managerial Models
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