Arthur Schuchmilski is a Senior Consultant at Corporate Planning. He has many years of cross-sector project experience including the design and implementation of planning, analysis and reporting solutions, and as an instructor.
In consulting, Arthur’s focus is on the implementation of the Corporate Planning solutions for planning and reporting. He has many years of cross-sector project experience in the fields of operational management, financial planning, collaboration and data integration.
Arthur has a degree in industrial engineering for electrotechnology. Having studied at the Faculty of Business and Computer Science at Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts, he was also a lecturer there specializing in operational management.
IBCS® Certified Consultant
Arthur Schuchmilski has successfully completed the IBCS® certification for successful design of reports and presentations at the HICHERT+FAISST IBCS Institute in March 2021.
Net sales (timeline view) Clear presentation of the annual net sales of five customers from the sales channel "end customer" as well as the entire sales channel (end customer) in a mutlichart presentation. For the sake of good comparability, all customers and the entire sales channel are bundled on one page. For each customer and the distribution channel as a whole, the annual sales are shown in columns with the exact purchase value. According to the headline, the focus is on the increase in customer 5.
Net sales timeline view (AC, FC, BU) Evaluation of net sales according to the actual (solid), the forecast for 2020 (hatched) and the budget for 2021 (outlined column). In this multichart presentation, the SUCCESS rule „Unify“ (UN 3.2: Unify scenarios) comes into play. The graphic pattern identifies the scenarios clearly and simplifies the evaluation.
Net sales report (grouped bars) The SUCCESS rule "Structure" (ST 3.2: Structure) recommends a bar chart for the presentation of structures such as the individual customers of a sales channel. In this chart the actual and budget data can be evaluated at a glance. The outliers are easily recognized without long analyses and comparisons.