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Business Improvements

  • • KPI setting and Monitoring
  • • Preparation of Cashflow Forecasts
  • • Profit & Loss budgeting
  • • Business Accountability Service
  • • Business Health Check
  • • What if Analysis
  • • Business Trends
  • • How can you grow your business
  • • Project implementation templating

Business Development

  • • Business Startups
  • • Advice on buying or selling a business
  • • Business Valuations
  • • Getting a business ready to sell
  • • Due Diligence service on purchase of an existing business
  • • What is the best structure for your business to operate in
  • • Availability of Grants for clients businesses
  • • Business Bootcamps

Business Support

  • • Preparation of business plans
  • • Computer systems advice and implementation
  • • Financial Systems advice
  • • Helping you to manage you business better
  • • Implementation of Controls and Procedures to manage your business
  • • Debtor & Creditor Management
  • • Bookkeeping Services
  • • Virtual CFO offering

KPI Monitoring

What is it for?

KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) measure an organisation’s progress against its goals and can also compare its performance with others in its industry group. KPIs should be SMART – Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Timely. When performance is measured and the results are made visible to the key people in an organisation then actions can be taken to improve the organisation’s performance.

Who should use it?

Business owners and managers who recognise the need for ongoing regular monitoring of their business’s performance. KPIs often give a very concise, numerical picture of the health of the company.


What is it for?

All businesses should create budgets - an estimate of costs, revenues and resources over a specified period (generally a year). This budget then becomes a plan of action for achieving the quantified objectives, the standard for measuring against actual performance and a device for coping with foreseeable adverse situations. Cashflow management goes hand in hand with budgeting – it allows a company to estimate the amount of cash that it will have on hand at any one time – a great tool for anticipating future cash shortfalls or surplus.

Who should use it?

All business owners, especially those with seasonal differences in income and/or expenditure, those companies that have a lot of money tied up in stock etc.