By James W. Henshaw,The Wall Street Review editorA lot of companies have tried and failed to get the best value out of their fleets.
But there’s another way to get value out your fleet: by running it.
By now, you probably know how expensive running fleets is.
The most obvious answer is to run your fleet as a pure cash cow.
That is, if you don’t need to spend money, just run it as a cash cow and get the full value of the fleet, with no cash outlays or other costs.
But if you need to invest your cash to grow your business, you’ll have to figure out how to keep the value of your fleet constant.
And the best way to do that is by building a business model that generates a steady stream of cash flow for your business.
If you’re an enterprise owner, this means that you can focus on the right thing: building out your enterprise.
The problem is, it’s not the right choice for every business.
And if you’re looking to scale your business up, you need a better strategy to manage cash flow and operating costs.
You can’t afford to be a cash-flow negative businessIf you don