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The 'Amazon effect,' and e-commerce are demanding more out of businesses. The pressure to adapt and innovate amidst higher customer expectations has created complexity that we are pioneering for the first time, making us feel as if we are all learning for the first time.

Yet, in the search for new strategies, one golden nugget lays readily available to us. This necessary work is to connect the core processes of the business in order to break down silos and focus on long-term customer value vs. short-term departmental gains. By generating this value and eliminating waste, companies can drive revenue growth, lower operating costs, improved margins, and reduced resource requirements.

Based on the newly released book, Discovering Hidden Profit, this webinar - presented by LeanCor CEO Robert Martichenko - details a thoughtful and actionable methodology to stay current and profitable by removing organizational masks and connecting people and business processes in order to maximize customer value at the lowest possible total cost.

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Posted by LeanCor, A Transplace Company

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We Teach. We Consult. We Do. LeanCor is a strategic supply chain partner that provides managed transportation, supply chain consulting, and corporate training programs. These three, integrated solutions help businesses better serve their customers by eliminating waste, decreasing costs, and building cultures of continuous improvement.

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