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ValueMetrik believes strongly in the value-adding power of its Comprehensive Financial Management System (CFMS). This is a proven system that really works.
ValueMetrik’s CFMS is a 4-phase process designed to help drive performance, improve cash flow, enhance control, build enterprise value and maximize shareholder wealth over time.
- Phase 1 (Assessment): In this phase, you and your ValueMetrik CFO will evaluate your company’s current position to determine where it stands today and address questions like: “What are the strengths and weaknesses?”, “Are there any positive or negative financial trends emerging?”, “Is your company marketable and how much is it possibly worth to prospective investors/buyers?”, “Is the company ‘bankable’?”, and “Is the company on course to achieve the owner’s goal?”
- Phase 2 (Goal Setting): In this phase, your ValueMetrik CFO will help you set reasonable, attainable and measurable long-term goals. Many business owners/managers don’t engage in goal-setting because they struggle to identify and quantify appropriate long-term goals. However, this is a crucial part of business management in that goals must be established in order to develop and execute a plan to create value.
- Phase 3 (Planning): No business owner plans to fail, but many fail to plan. This phase involves developing detailed short-term and strategic financial plans designed to move your business from where it is now to where you want it to be in the future. It’s amazing how much business owners sometimes learn about their business by going through this process. It’s an eye-opening experience to many.
- Phase 4 (Execution): Planning gets you nowhere without execution. This is where ValueMetrik’s CFO Outsourcing, Finance & Accounting Outsourcing and HR Outsourcing services come into play. Your ValueMetrik CFO will help with execution by monitoring progress through timely, accurate financial reporting, forecasting and variance analysis. Insight provided through this analysis can help you know what adjustments must be made in order to stay on course, or, perhaps recognize when it’s time to change the plan.