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Title: Online Supply Chain Management

Assess a Company's Foreign Expansion Plan
We assess a companys foreign expansion plan in
terms of four key constituents - 1)The product,
services, capital, and talent. 2)Countries and
trade routes. 3)Social, political, economic,
legal and trade factors. 4)Global supply chain
and production network.
Identification of countries and trade routes,
along with forwarding and backward linkages. A
comprehensive understanding of the chain of
inbound and outbound logistics with details of
shipping lines, costs, and contracts.
Trade and market insights is critical to any
business success. The provision of innovative,
in-depth macro-economic analysis to enable
improved business decision-making has been at the
heart of Intueris mandate. We provide insights
on how competitive forces and economic
development will impact business strategy what
are the risks of entering a new country, market
or sector robustness of a business plan or
investment strategy to geopolitical forces
economic value analysis of a specific initiative
or a long-term plan with reference to external
factors and help business leaders make profitable
decision or perform due diligence to demonstrate
the resilience and preparedness of an
organization's trade risk
Intueris focus on modeling, simulation,
forecasting, analysis and optimization provides
the quantitative foundation for its strategic
economic analyses. Our advanced analytics help to
determine cause-and-effect involving economic
factors like market size, size of GDP and
projected growth rate, governments policy
towards foreign investments, stability,
availability of skills in case of expansion plans
or help to forecast on product demand, industrial
trends, economic conditions and business
performance or behavior of a product or strategy
in a specific market Predictive analysis and
policy simulation to support business decision
making application of scientific method to solve
Intueri provides corporate tax consulting and
astute legal advisory (through Alliance
partners) to domestic and foreign companies,
covering various areas of the economic activity.
Beyond tax compliance, we give special attention
to tax advisory services to reduce tax burden in
the long term. Our clients appreciate our
expertise in all related special fields such as
GST, MA Tax and Legal services, foreign trade
laws, wealth management and business succession.
Tax, legal and business issues are often linked
to business transactions, restructurings,
start-ups or succession plans. Our
multidisciplinary specialist teams of tax
consultants, management consultants, lawyers,
investment specialists and engineers help solve
the cases.
We CORRELATE seemingly disjoint events,
indicators, and alerts and use numerous
statistical and quantitative methods and tools,
simulations and models to determine their impact,
likelihood, cause, and effect. We INTERPRET them
in terms of their impact on the flow of trade,
the flow of capital, goods, services, and people
or any other customized corporate matters. Our
focused analysis on cross-border flow of capital
and goods leads us to answer difficult questions
such as What is the economic impact of
large-scale migration to Europe resulting from
inter-state crises, social instability and
un-employment in neighboring regions?
We COLLECT structured and unstructured data on
economic indicators, market trends and policy
reforms surrounding geopolitical events, global
macroeconomic shifts, demographic changes, and
trade shifts, ANALYSE their authenticity and
relevance, post-normalizing the asymmetries
arising from cross-referenced views