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Financial metrics are the ultimate picture of the health of a business. Your finances fuel culture through wages, drives search results through advertising and smooths delivery through the best supply chain.

The business intelligence available through financial awareness can steer you in the direction of right pricing, profitable margins and fueling growth.

We work with founders and business owners that want to be more active in their financial health. They are able to be more effective leaders by working with us to create simple and reliable ways to evaluate their cash flow, financial metrics, and sales goals.

Know your Numbers. Take action.

Understanding how your business operates throughout the year and in different business cycles, you are able to better plan for hiring and product additions.

We work with you to create clarity around your financial statements and financial habits to give you a clearer plan for the future.

San Francisco Metalworks Increased Their Margins by 27% With Better Workflow Processes

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OFF ROAD INSIGHTS

3 Hiring Tips for Small Businesses

Being a small business owner, one of the great advantages you possess is being in complete control of who you hire. That can also come with a great deal of responsibility as you want to make the right decision. It can be very time consuming and overwhelming – we’ve put together some tips you can…

Conduct a RAID On Your B2B Market!

Remember the old commercial, where the bugs are having a party until the big red can shows up? “Raid!” they all shout, scattering before the lethal force of the advertised product. Now, I’m not suggesting that your competitors are insects to be exterminated! Not at all. However, there is something to be said for the…

Reskilling Will Improve Employee Performance At Your Company

A rise in marketing automation and other digital solutions that create efficiencies for a business means that the skills of some employees are becoming obsolete.  In fact, a McKinsey survey found that Sixty-two percent of executives believe they will need to retrain or replace more than a quarter of their workforce between now and 2023…