In any voluntary chain, some members earn more money than others, and now Baker Tilly can help you find out who they are.
There is always a reason why some members are doing better than others, and this reason is definitely interesting for the management in the voluntary chain. Because if you know what the best in the chain is doing better than the others, their method can be transferred to others. Baker Tilly has developed a tool that gives you a set of comparative figures in an internal benchmark that allows you to get the best out of your voluntary chain.
To learn more or have a no-obligation meeting, you are welcome to contact our specialist in benchmarking of voluntary chains.