Here are examples on how we help companies based on
which category they fall into (a "speedboat" or a "ship"):
Services for the "Speedboat"
IN SUMMARY, THE SPEEDBOAT IS A BUSINESS THAT SHOWS EXCITING GROWTH AND IS HEADED PLACES QUICKLY, BUT AT THE RISK OF LOSING CONTROL AND CERTAINTY
Setting goals and objectives - short term and long term
Financial budgeting showing what the future looks like
Strategy planning to achieve goals and objectives from above (target planning)
Resource planning - identify what resources are needed where to achieve goals and objectives
Manage day-to-day operations
Provide solutions to day-to-day challenges to free up time for owners
Help determining right fits for people and roles
Employee performance evaluation
Business / financial analysis
Comparison of actual results against budgets set
Identify and evaluate gaps between planned and actual - determine action plans closing the gaps
Status reports to owners providing summaries of company activities
Services for the "Ship"
IN SUMMARY, THE SHIP IS A BUSINESS THAT HAS A WORKING STRUCTURE IN PLACE + SHOWS STEADY PROGRESS, BUT RISKS WASTE and inefficiencies IN MULTIPLE AREAS
Evaluation of existing processes and resources involved
Identify activities that sets the business apart from the competition
Target and minimize/eliminate any bottlenecks on important activities that differentiate you from competition
Evaluate existing processes and identify opportunities for automation
Save time in achieving targets
Outsource non-core activities
Capitalize on the vast amounts of low cost opportunities both locally (outside of the business) and around the world
Handle outsourced functions with control and confidence
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Chats and Emily, Co-Founders of Finnops