With his company’s growth continuing to accelerate, Andrew Bergholz faces a host of new problems.
Traffic and Parking Control Co.’s warehouse, for example, is not big enough for its expanding business.
“But the question is how much space do we need,” said Bergholz, co-owner and vice president of sales and marketing for the maker of traffic control equipment. “These are rabbit hole questions you can’t answer unless you have the right processes in place.”
To deal with such questions, Bergholz brings in very experienced executives on a temporary basis — the kind of people who would be too expensive for a 225-employee company like TAPCO to hire full-time. Read the full JSOnline story here.