Corporate Performance Management

Effective Performance Services that focus on the drivers of profit, success, and value in a company

Strategic Cost Optimization

A company’s growth is reflected by its capability to efficiently manage costs while ensuring optimum productivity. The constraints faced by each organization are unique based on its capacity, target market demands and its objectives.

Strategic Cost Optimization is the effective application of professional and technical expertise to plan and control resources, costs, profitability and risks. It is a systematic approach to managing cost throughout the life cycle of any enterprise, program, facility, project, product, or service.

Budgeting, Planning and Forecasting (BPF) – Cash Flow Management (CFM)

BPF is a process that determines the short and long term financial goals of an organization and represents the Annual Planning Cycle. It is a critical tool for informing and executing business strategy. CFM is a process assisting an organization to monitor and analyse its cash flows easily and quickly

The BPF solution helps you to:

  • Automate the Budgeting, Planning and Forecast process
  • Mitigate Financial Planning Risk
  • Compare Performance against Plan
  • Provide fast and accurate financial and operational information
  • Provide accurate analysis and strategic plan
  • Use of flexible processes through automated procedures
  • Increase Corporate Agility and Transparency
  • Enhance Analysis Capability
  • Reduce data errors and so increase data integrity.
  • Reduce Planning time

 

ICAP Management Consultants have been involved in sophisticated Budgeting & Planning as well as Cash Flow Management implementations across industries, at many firms, thus can demonstrate extensive experience that can be applied to several leading Budgeting Tools.

Profitability Management

Profitability analysis has become an important new management accounting tool based on the fact that each customer is different and that each euro of revenue does not contribute equally to the firm’s profitability.

The following issues should be considered when analyzing customer profitability:

  • How to develop reliable customer revenue and customer cost information
  • How to recognize future downstream costs of customers
  • How to incorporate a multi period horizon in the analysis
  • How to recognize different drivers of customer costs

 

 

ICAP’s Customer Profitability Management capabilities and solutions focuses on:

  • Understanding and analyzing customer profit drivers
  • Maintaining and increasing customer profitability
  • Turning unprofitable customers into profitable ones