Mergers and Acquisitions
Quality of Organizational Performance
Quality of Organizational Performance (QOP) is a company MRI. It analyzes the degree to which a company has the knowledge, skills, and organizational processes required to maximize the potential in the existing business. QOPs are delivered in a drastically accelerated time frame versus a typical due diligence process and at a fraction of the cost.
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Perform a detailed and thorough review of all areas of an organization that can impact the execution of the transaction including financials, operations, management team, systems and technology, and culture with a clear focus on identifying key issues, opportunities, strengths, and risk factors.
Preparation for Sale
Identify all elements and “gaps” within an organization that must be addressed in order to maximize transaction value and support execution of all initiatives prior to going to market.
Provide support in creating an effective transaction structure including assets, debt, and private equity funding.
100 Day Plan
Define and support the execution of a detailed 100 day operating plan that addresses the strategic direction, leadership, management, and operational requirements critical for implementation of a successful post-transaction transition.
Operational and Organizational Effectiveness
Provide continued support in addressing critical strategic, business and operational challenges across all parts of the organization that maximizes business performance.
Define and implement highly effective cash management policies, procedures and processes to manage the critical lifeline (“cash”) of a post-transaction environment including cash flow management and forecasting, working capital management, and CAPEX.
Revenue and Profit Improvement
Focus on driving prioritized opportunities for revenue and profit improvement including marketing strategy, product mix, customer mix, new technologies, sales organization and approach, pricing, channel, purchasing management and cost structure.