Anyone playing successfully in constantly changing markets knows what his strengths are, right?

Changes in markets, in particular financial markets or the constant worsening in company taxation, large social insurance contributions to your disadvantage as an employer sometimes require an accurate analysis of your position seen under the magnifying glass of current events and the market.
The timely analysis of your situation guarantees potential, recognises opportunities, point out risks and gets you important innovative capability.
Short reaction times ensure your company's competitiveness and are the strongest lever for profitability and increased growth.
Short reaction times mean that the responsible use of existing information and knowledge accelerates the innovation process and forms the best protective mechanisms in competition.

Continuous analysis creates a knowledge scoreboard, thereby forming the basis for increasing your innovative capability and entrepreneurial activities.
A company analysis is a systematic investigation of various issues to do with all the components that determine it.
A specific company analysis therefore forms the basis for overall future company planning.
The information gained from this develop a wide range of scenarios, "must do's", strategies and exits.

A reliable company analysis includes:

  • data based on key performance figures (balance sheet analysis)
  • resource-based data
  • process-based data
  • a SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats)
  • a portfolio analysis
  • customer satisfaction
  • a market analysis
  • a competition analysis & benchmarking

A manager asks for advice when he/she has time to think about it.

But he/she never asks for advice in a crisis – he/she acts.