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Supply Chain Process Unlocks Hidden Value from Asset Fleet According to New White Paper from InteliTap

Press release April 21, 2010 IT

The Asset Optimisation Assessment (AOA) framework enables organisations that use supply chain containers / assets to develop and document conclusions & recommendations for the optimum asset management scenario and strategy.

Barnsley, South Yorkshire, April 21st, 2010 – A new white paper was launched today that enables companies to realise unique cost savings and bottom line benefits from their supply chain assets. The white paper, entitled “A Framework for Unlocking Real Value in your Asset Supply Chain -
The AOA (Asset Opportunity Assessment) Approach Explained”, was launched as part of by InteliTap’s supply chain solutions offering, VisibiliTy, and is available for free download from their website  

According to the paper, which was based on extensive research and experience, most asset supply chains remain an area of unrealised value. The AOA uses a unique & proven approach to unlock the optimum value and potential from an asset fleet. It assists companies that utilise supply chain assets such as beer kegs and casks, gas bottles, logistics containers, vehicles, medical equipment, the hire industry and plant and machinery etc. The AOA is a tried and tested no-nonsense process enabling companies, whether embarking on a new initiative or analysing for the very first time, to ultimately improve the financial and operational performance of their assets. Areas such as data collection and analysis results in true information that enables clients to make decisions that apply directly to their bottom line. 

InteliTap’s Chief Commercial Officer, Jon Quinn told us: “This paper is a handy tool for absolutely any company that uses assets. It is based on scientific principles that are simplified and manipulated to each individual company. The supply chain analysis when performed by a provider within the AOA framework will enable a company to identify and smartly apply industry best practices that are relevant to a specific business model”.

The paper covers various steps a company should go through, and comes at a critical time when supply chain priorities, challenges and trends in global markets are mainly revolving around building a more responsive supply chain, customer focused and risk reduction.  It is available now as a free download from