Economic-financial performance of the post-covid point of sale: the need for a new strategic and "balanced" approach
The need to rethink the business model with a "balanced" approach to planning and controlling the economic and financial (but not only) performance of retailers. This is the objective that large-scale distribution and retail players must now set themselves after a year of pandemic that has affected the sector in a way that could never have been imagined. From logistics to packaging and from administration to food production, in fact, the entire Ho.re.ca. supply chain has had to learn again to modulate its demand in order to manage it with times and quantities useful to a situation in continuous evolution. In this context, the management of economic resources and the administration of time and cost savings, while maintaining the quality of the offer and development ambitions, have taken on a fundamental role for those companies that want to continue to invest in innovation, giving rise to a transformation process that has made the financial sector of the company the beating heart of an organisation's strategic ability to look to the future.
Giuseppe Toscano, Responsible of the course "Activity-Based Costing and Lean Accounting", LIUC - Cattaneo University and Director of the training course "Managing by Numbers", LIUC Business School
Alessandro Buoso, General Manager, COAL
Loris Pedon, CEO, Pedon