Business Analysis

Do you want your business to dominate in its market? Or are you stuck where you are?

We offer a comprehensive business analysis, a rapid and inexpensive process, that provides a written report complete with a quantification of the strengths and weaknesses of your business. Your business analysis report will show the sales, profit, customer base, cash flow and employee accountability results, relative to your formal business plan, or your vision as an owner, if a formal business plan is not in place.
Call 800-414-1080 or email us to help you find a solution to your business problems so you can turn your business around, experience less stress, and generate more profit!

How We Help

We help by asking by more questions than you have ever asked in your lifetime and listen to you more than anyone has ever listened to you also. Then we combine that information with our expertise to give you practical and implementable solutions to increase revenue, profit, maximize the value of your business and increase the ease of your company’s operations.

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What Is Analysis?

Every client engagement is unique; however, the analytical process is consistently the same:
  • 1. Interview the client through a structured series of questions that are unique to that industry and “language” of the industry. The Client is all ownership/shareholders who are active in the business and those who are not currently active in the business but asking the same questions.
  • 2. Send a confidential questionnaire to the management team (non-ownership) members are employed.
  • 3. Interview the management team.
  • 4. Summarize strengths and weaknesses (problems) that are stated.
  • 5. Gather financial and operational data to measure the effect of the stated issues.
  • 6. Observe the areas of strength and weaknesses noted where possible and ask required questions (for clarity) of key personnel and management.
This process is to provide a full and observed understanding of why a company is strong, where it is weak, and if all parties that affect the strengths and weaknesses are on the “same page.”
If the strength or weakness that are measurable and visible are not commonly understood, then typically the strengths are not maximized nor the problems ever fully corrected.
Understanding strengths and weaknesses fully allow the processes and standards to be established with a view towards the “Real Good” which solidifies the strengths and allows them to flourish. This process allows the “Real Problems” to be identified and it creates the next logical step which is correcting the now understood problems.
The final step is to allow the company personnel to approve the change and test it. This allows for “ownership” of the corrections and establishes a sense of teamwork which is required for anything to work successfully in a company.
As soon as a strength or weakness is discovered and understood, the Implementation of the correction often commences during the analytical process, as methods of change must be tested and reporting controls understood. When another department is needed to support that process change, that is nearly always identified in the analytical stage. In effect, companies need to teach the use of information and the importance of timely response to that information. Company personnel, as needed, should be guided so that ownership of the implementation process is created. If implementing a process cannot be accomplished in the regular course of business, are brought in by BG to establish the new process and teach the client personnel and management how to execute it and control it. This need is nearly always occurs in a new revenue center, that is found to be an important add-on profit center, that needs to have personnel trained in the use of a new technology.