Infrastructure is the backbone of any economy that is meant to provide the society with a springboard to leap towards development.
A capital intensive sector that is affected by long-term strategies, policies and the volatility of economies, this sector has its own set of challenges in terms of the societal role, the balance between the developmental paradigms and the societal protection that exists in the markets.
An evaluation of investments for different tidal conditions required a good handle of understanding the actual downstream influences on the operational performance.
Our mandate was to evaluate if the investment made business sense by looking at the potential alternatives to improvement. Our findings revealed that there was a potential of around 19% that could be identified by business process re-engineering without any investment.
Read more about our case on the Government Transport Sector here
A unique exercise conducted to understand shunting operations and the investment perspectives thereof, in Germany, this project was influencing the coordination of multiple agencies.
Our mandate was to evaluate if the shunting operations could be streamlined for the increased inputs. Our findings revealed that there was a potential that could be identified by business process re-engineering without any investment. However, part investment would help the operations improve on their service delivery.