In the fast-paced world of business today, grasping the nuances of value creation and distribution is essential for staying ahead and thriving. Value Chain Analysis is a powerful tool that breaks down every step involved in bringing a product or service to market, revealing opportunities for improvement and cost-saving measures. At Markelytics, we specialize in conducting thorough Value Chain Analyses across diverse industries. Our bespoke research solutions provide actionable insights that empower businesses to make informed decisions, streamline operations, and gain a competitive edge.

We leverage a multifaceted approach to Value Chain Analysis, combining qualitative and quantitative research methodologies to provide unparalleled insights. Our team of seasoned analysts employs a variety of techniques, including:

Cost-benefit Analysis

Evaluating the cost structure of each value chain activity and assessing its impact on overall profitability and value creation.

Secondary Research

Mining vast repositories of industry reports, market data, and academic literature to enrich our understanding of market dynamics and trends.

Primary Research

Conducting in-depth interviews, surveys, and focus groups with key stakeholders across the value chain to gather firsthand insights and feedback.


Comparing the performance of key value chain activities against industry peers and best practices to identify areas of competitive advantage or improvement.

In our Value Chain Analysis reports, we employ a range of metrics to provide clarity and actionable recommendations:

  • Value-added - The incremental value created at each stage of the value chain, calculated by subtracting the cost of inputs from the value of outputs.
  • Supply Chain Efficiency - Measures such as inventory turnover, order fulfillment cycle time, and on-time delivery performance, which indicate the effectiveness of supply chain operations.
  • Customer Value Proposition - The unique combination of product features, quality, and price that distinguishes a company's offerings and drives customer preference.
  • Cost Drivers - Factors such as raw material costs, labor expenses, and overheads that influence the cost structure of value chain activities.
  • SWOT Analysis - Assessing the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats within each stage of the value chain to develop targeted strategies for improvement.

If your goal is to streamline production processes, improve distribution channels, or fine-tune customer service, rely on us & schedule a consultation now.