Understanding all the components of a product’s bill of materials is critical for manufacturing organizations, and key to their overall profitability. These elements include labor, material cost, and both fixed and variable overhead. Investments in inventory and fixed assets are sizable and, therefore, returns on investment need to be sufficient to support the appropriate capital structure and bank financing.
These are just a few areas where companies can benefit from our CFO-level support. Our CFO solutions will help you manage your projects and business more efficiently. Your dedicated CFO will examine and evaluate your current systems, while helping you streamline critical reporting and monitoring functions, giving you the flexibility to focus on what’s next.
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Who We Serve
Construction / Development
In the construction and development business, spending your time on essential business areas— estimating and bidding, project execution, and project tracking—is imperative to your success.
Relying on demand projections is a very poor substitute for a single, complete, and up-to-date picture of actual demand, which can prove costly.
Food and Beverage
The food and beverage industry consists of direct companies (restaurants, bars, craft breweries and distilleries,etc..) as well as those that support the supply chain for those companies.
Healthcare is a broad industry including Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Home Health Agency, Standalone Urgent or Quick-care clinics, not to mention physician groups of all medical specialties, Dentist or Eye doctors.
In order to reach peak efficiency, logistics companies need to ensure that all carriers and customers are completely aligned with demand.
For many nonprofits, success depends on following specified guidelines while documenting all processes and procedures.
Retailers need to measure and monitor almost every aspect of their performance, including initial markup, maintained markup, contribution margin and same-store sales.
Having the proper balance in sales, operations, and administration is what drives successful service companies.