Maximize your profit. Quantifiable savings with the CPR®
The Customer Profit Reinforcement (CPR) is a study used with hundreds of clients around the world with the objective of maximizing the profitability of their business by providing a return on investment metric.
How does the cpr study works?
Through a process of questions, the obstacles that must be addressed are rebelled and opportunities for improvement are identified.
A representative of the Kopar team meets with the client to clearly and completely understand the current position of the client, their desired position, what are the opportunities to reach that position, and what obstacles are in the way.
This process is important to combine the best Joint Team.
This task unites talent and customer experience with Kopar. Usually the team consists of specialists in engineering, sourcing, manufacturing and finance.
In this phase the Joint Team analyzes the machines and processes of the client and looks for opportunities to achieve the objective.
A thorough review of the client's processes and machinery is carried out (for example, if the objective is to increase profits by increasing production with the same machinery, the Joint Team seeks means to reduce downtime, increase production time and performance).
The Joint Team quantifies each opportunity to reduce costs and assigns each one a letter A, B, or C to represent the complexity of the impelmentation.
Easy to implement (example: change of buying habits).
Medium complexity (example: change of components, which may require a minimum of engineering).
More complex to implement (example: change of machinery that entails a partial redesign to be achieved).
Prevention / Treatment
In this phase, recommendations and plans are made to monitor progress.
An executive summary is presented. The Joint team reviews the findings with the client. The client selects the opportunities to be seized and decides the tasks based on the company's priorities. Action courses are also set, process reference times.
The Joint Team commits to periodic monitoring meetings to update progress in the process or make the necessary changes.
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CPR provides quantifiable metrics in cost reduction.