Is your supply chain tax-efficient?
Learn how to maximize after-tax profit by balancing the costs of operating in different locations with the applicable tax rates. Traditional network strategy projects minimize costs or maximize profits based on fixed and variable manufacturing costs, fixed and variable warehouse costs, transportation costs, and customer revenue. Leveraging after-tax profit optimization capabilities as part of an overall network design strategy can help you take advantage of low tax regions to increase profit.
In this outstanding Webcast from Supply Chain Digest and The Supply Chain Television Channel, Product Marketing Manager Derek Nelson of IBM, and SCDigest’s Editor-in-Chief Dan Gilmore, will discuss a case study which will demonstrate how to balance operating costs with local tax rates, analyze the bottom line impact of local duties and tariffs, and the tax implications of off-shoring initiatives.