Vendor Client Service Offerings
- Strategic business, technology, and go-to-market consulting.
- Business development and partnership development.
- Market research and go-to-market analysis.
- White paper development.
- Public speaking, including keynotes, panels, and webinars.
- End-user Organization Services Include:
- Product and technology strategy
- Implementation and deployment strategy
- Training and center of excellence development
- RFP development and review
- Vendor selection and review
Financial Statement Analysis
Financial statement analysis involves the identification of the following items for a company's financial statements over a series of reporting periods:
Create trend lines for key items in the financial statements over multiple time periods, to see how the company is performing. Typical trend lines are for revenues, the gross margin, net profits, cash, accounts receivable, and debt.
An array of ratios are available for discerning the relationship between the size of various accounts in the financial statements. For example, you can calculate a company's quick ratio to estimate its ability to pay its immediate liabilities, or its debt to equity ratio to see if it has taken on too much debt. These analyses are frequently between the revenues and expenses listed on the income statement and the assets, liabilities, and equity accounts listed on the balance sheet.
Financial statement analysis is an exceptionally powerful tool for a variety of users of financial statements, each having different objectives in learning about the financial circumstances of the entity.
Software Evaluation Services
Change is always challenging. Selecting a new system can be a traumatic experience for many organizations. Choosing the right system is the first step your organization can take in eliminating barriers to a successful implementation.
With the number of available options and the instability of the market, selecting the right system can be a risky proposition. Not to mention, the system you select must meet your key business requirements while allowing you to develop and maintain a competitive advantage.
This process of selecting the right system is easier said than done. Every organization has unique requirements, and there are many options available for many special needs. The challenge is to find the system that most closely meets your base requirements as well as provides the flexibility for your enterprise-wide applications.
A software evaluation project can be categorized into three phases, allowing companies to determine where they would need the most assistance. Yet each phase is a critical step to ensure the correct system is selected. Understanding the process and having the appropriate knowledge is vital.