If you want to put the right tools in place without spending too much or worse, taking your company into the red, then you want someone that has led software selection and implementation projects for over 25 years.
What do you want to do?
- Simplify processes that are otherwise not attainable
- Eliminate manual steps
- Speed your cash conversion cycle
- Generate operational and financial data required for more sophisticated forms of profitability analysis
Any company that wants to minimize or reduce the cost of software and support systems, or attain the results obtainable only through software based processes, can use help.
3 Step Cheat for a Simpler 80/20 approach to MIS
If you want know how much your business is worth, why it is worth what it is, and, most importantly, to who it is worth the most, then a corporate business valuation is for you.
You can set aside guess-work, fear, uncertainty and doubt with an objective company valuation using a comprehensive, integrated financial model used by professionals at Citibank, KPMG, Barclays and Northwestern, to name a few.
With this baseline valuation in hand, you have a realistic basis upon which to make go-forward decisions. If you want to improve the financial performance of your company over the long term or in preparation to sell it, get a baseline business valuation.
To get started, free of charge, we can prepare a Rule of Thumb valuation. Simply fill out this form.
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If you want to know which segments of your busines to invest in, and which to set aside, then you want a profitability analysis. Our 8 pt, 80/20 approach goes beyond the limitations of all but the most expensive fiancial packages. Our process of tagging financial data unlocks a wealth of hard to get at customer, sales, purchasing and operational data, revealing the sweet spots in detail as well as uncovering murky areas that are draining value from your company.
To get started, we can send you a complete outline describing our entire process. With it, you can literally, do it yourself.
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If you want to get the right people in the right seats, working together with a common purpose, then you may want to pause before overhauling your processes and systems.
Sometimes the problem is not the process or the software. Sometimes the problem is people. Or, more specifically, two or more people that do not and will not get along. Departments go to war with one another because the two department heads have conflicting organizational agendas. Tackling people issues openly and honestly saves everyone involved precious time. And, for the business, it saves a lot of needless process re-engineering and software dressing expenditures that, ultimately fail to solve what is at bottom a people issue.
Beyond eliminating problem employees, the fostering of functional work teams through courteous, objective rules of engagement, and understandable processes all reinforce an open approach to continuous learning and improvement resulting in a continual elimination of waste and generation of new ideas on an ongoing basis.
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Business Process improvement
It is one thing to work up a budget (or a sales forecast). But creating a budget does not ensure that its targets are met. Growth is a process. Becoming more profitable is a process.
You do not have endless resources. Not all process improvements generate the same returns. So, it is a fool’s errand trying to improve everything all at once. If you want to hit your growth and / or profitablity targets, then you want to know which processes are most important to optimize.
Process improvement means eliminating waste, as in eliminating wasted money. The waste can be in the form of time, material or cash outlays. Typically, improved processes are simpler as in easier for employees, vendors or customers to understand and follow. They can be simpler in terms of reduced steps or components. Often, process improvements can be implemented that either eliminates the need for new expensive software or reduces the complexity and cost of new software.
If you are having trouble controlling costs, or having trouble with product or service quality, or, ultimately, having trouble getting your financial results in order, and you want to do something about it, then I suggest we start here.