Fixed assets that are utilized at half or less than that of capacity, seasonal fluctuations in demand, inconsistent footfall to some areas of the premises (but not to the others), and a high turnover in personnel can all lead to great inconsistency and low return on assets. In addition, an average or less than average ability to understand the markets may leave a decision-maker may with a lasting impression that the business is at the mercy of external elements he or she has little control over.
When we work with you maximize return on assets, these are the top priorities on our minds:
- How well did you analyze market demand's pivots, patterns, and trends?
- How high are the current inefficiencies, waste, and scrap? What are their root causes?
- How high are your current levels of fixed assets?
- Do you hold slow or fast-moving inventories? What are your inventory costs?
- What's the company's current production capacity, and return on assets? Why is it so?
The Seven Wise Men assist its clients to optimize its asset utilization rate right from the planning phase, even before a foot has been put forward. Profound market insights have a key influence on factors such as conceptual design, space architecture, floor layout, and workflow have permanent implications on efficiencies, asset utilization, and profitability.
Whether a company is considering making new investments in capital assets, replacing or expanding current ones, we recommend ways on how to make the most beneficial new investments or how much to reinvest and where.
To us, anything worth doing is worth doing right the first time.
INVESTING IN ASSET MANAGEMENT IS WORTH IT.
- Tracking the smallest detail for weeks is worth it.
- Securing one more interview is worth it.
- Listening to the faintest whispers is worth it.
- Poring over thousands of documents is worth it.
- Investigating the subtlest gesture is worth it.
- Triple- checking sources is worth it.
- Validating conclusions from multiple angles is worth it.