Besides financial and governance engineering, sources that add value to the acquired firm include:
- Increasing revenue
- Additional acquisitions
- Reducing costs
A firm that hasn’t been aggressively managed will generally have weak processes, lack transactional and operational standards, have low asset effectiveness and underachieving supply chain management. Business value adding undertakings can severely stress or cripple the vestiges of the underperforming enterprise and cause the time for value creation and realization to be unnecessarily dragged out with lower returns.
How Can We Help?
SBTI provided project management to move a factory resulting in a seven-figure cash infusion from the asset sale, lower piece part production costs and increased customer service.