The purpose of Quick Check is to identify areas for improvement. The audit usually takes between 3 and 5 weeks. It is carried out by an experienced logistics consultant and practitioner. The result of the audit is a bundle of short and long-term activities to improve the efficiency of logistics in the most important areas: logistics infrastructure, organization of logistics, supply chain, and IT systems.

Service provision process

01 BUSINESS CONTEXT

Interviews and observations

02OVERVIEW OF PROCESSES AND THE ORGANIZATION

Expert analysis of key areas

03CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Tasks involving changes to be implemented in specific areas and processes

04PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP

The roadmap and the discussion of expected project outcomes

Results and Effects

  • Independent assessment of the current situation and processes in the organization
  • Indication of barriers and their causes
  • Formulating guidelines for actions aimed at removing the barriers
  • Ranking of priorities, relationships, and dependencies
  • Building awareness of the priorities and goals of the organization among the team

Case study

The expected 40% increase in warehouse efficiency as a result of implementing 7 short-term and long-term tasks

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In the eye of an expert

Solutions that already function in the company (for better or worse) are often perceived as “the standard” by employees. However, step-by-step searching for the causes of process inefficiencies or shortcomings of technology, especially when this is done by an experienced person who has the ability to look “from the outside”, can contribute to significant optimization and improved efficiency.

Witold Bachaj
Senior Consultant

Contact regarding the offer

Bartosz Jacyna
Partner, Business Development