In the internal optimization of processes and procedures, sooner or later, the point is reached in companies where you think you are close to the optimum - and it is only human you then, at some point, are also satisfied with the achieved level.
Based on many years of industry expertise, we have developed best-practice modules, the implementation of which brings significant potential on the service and cost side.
Methodically, a comparison of the achieved status quo to the achievable potential is first made for each of the best practice modules.
In a further step, the potential assessment is carried out under cost-benefit aspects and under necessary realization periods, followed by the conception of the measures with implementation support.
Through our many years of international experience, we use proven and cost-effective procedures, systems, and business processes.
Examples of best practice modules:
- Profitability analysis with yield optimization portfolios
- Cost Management and Price Cost Gap
- Implementation of capacity and production planning
- Reporting - fast and consistent
- Financial planning and active liquidity management
- Purchasing and Procurement
- Increase staff productivity
A profitability analysis by portfolio (A, B, C) in sales and earnings (for total companies, divisions, customers) brings transparency to the entire earning capacity
Strategic basic strategies are systematically analyzed (complexity management, C-parts strategy etc.)
Despite the system landscape, the transparency of the key influencing parameters (sales and costs) of a corporate management, several companies, and the group (see example below) must be available as management information.
Cost pressure should be compensated by measures (profit improvement projects) and project management; otherwise, there will be a creeping continuation of the price cost gap.