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Important Types Of Business And Financial Analytics

Just think, what financial breakthroughs await you business with these types of business and financial analytics?

You have probably noticed the endless amount of information, tactics, and so-called “strategies” on the internet that claim to give your business a breakthrough results. Over the years the internet has created a mass of horrid advice from unqualified, and inexperienced “bloggers” with no real business experience, duplicating other people’s advice without knowing if its good advice. Trying to sift and sort through this mess of information is confusing, and almost impossible. Not to mention dangerous for your business.

Which leads me to my next point... Every business is different, and your decisions need to be different too because "there is no one-size-fits-all business solution". Only through proper business & financial analytics can you make good business decisions. Business & Financial analysis is the process that evaluates the current, and future viability, profitability, and stability of a business to determine the overall health and performance of a business using information taken from its operational activities and historical financial statements. Business & Financial analysis creates an operational or financial number that, if addressed correctly will positively improve the total financial performance of the business. It simply answers all the question accounting and accountants can’t. 

Growth and Scalability Analysis

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Business Valuation Analysis

Estimating what a business is worth is a major component of financial analysis, Using 8 different combination of methods to arrive at a reasonable estimation allows us to see the "possibilities", the potential impact your actions will have on your business value.  The goal is to help you see that any action you take will lead to an impact normally greater than you can imagine

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Revenue Growth Potential Analysis

Revenue analytics and forecasting can help a business make better financial decisions by forecasting future results and the impact on the business overall financial position. Analysis may include some or all of: Qualified Leads Generation Rate, Open and Closed Sales Opportunities, Sales Win Rate, Sales Average Value, Sales Cycle, Sales Growth Rate, Website Traffic and SEO analysis

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Sustainable Growth analysis

The Sustainable Growth Rate analysis determines the maximum sales and revenue growth rate a business can handle without having to finance growth with additional equity or debt or increasing financial leverage and prevent being over-leveraged and avoid financial distress.

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SWOT analysis

SWOT Analysis evaluates your organization's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. It helps you to build on your strengths, to minimize risks, and take advantage of the greatest opportunities.


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Operations analysis

Whether it's a product or service, operational analysis evaluates the business operations ability to deliver on its promises made to the customers. Ensuring that your fulfillment is efficient reliability, consistent and scalable is critical in every stage of your business growth

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Limitation and Constraint analysis

This analysis inefficiencies, constraints, limiting factors, and bottlenecks in the business, and their impact on the business’s ability to grow revenues and profits.


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Business Impact analysis

Evaluate the potential impact certain effects like disasters, accidents and emergencies may have on the business operations

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Value Driver’s analysis

Analyzing important value drivers that provides a competitive advantage to your business, giving your business an upper hand in its industry.

But our business can’t thrive and prosper… it can’t explode with profits. You cannot capitalize on any big business opportunities out there. And you definitely can’t create tremendous prosperity for yourself — until and unless you first, break it down to its core processes. Then identify and analyze the critical success factors, growth accelerators, and drivers that drives your business results. Next you need to determine how you can affect those drivers and in what sequence. So you have to figure out what's working, what doesn’t, and what's possible. Because only when you do that can you,  measure, can you increase, can you maximize the level of output and performance. Only then can you discover which "one of these things" will have the biggest, quickest overall impact with the highest payback, the least upfront costs and is the easiest to implement?

Business Profitability Analysis

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Profitability analysis

Profitability assessment is one of the most fundamental and essential business analysis. To earn more and keep more of what you make you need to analyze your profitability, because profits can be deceiving. A business can survive for years without being profitable if it keeps operating on the goodwill of creditors and investors and borrowed money until it runs out of money

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Customer Profitability analysis

Customer profitability analytics analyze the customer’s contribution to the business. For almost every business we typically look at the 80/20 rule, where 20 percent of the clients account for 80 percent of the sales and profits, and 20 percent of the clients accountable for 80 percent of customer expenses

 Customer profitability analytics also includes: Customer Acquisition Cost that tells how much does it cost to acquire a customer from your marketing efforts. Customer Lifetime Value that tells us the total revenue a business can expect to receive from a single customer. Customer Retention Rate for improving your customer lifetime value to grow your business
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Product Profitability analysis

Product profitability analytics can help you establish the profitability of every product or product range so you can make better decisions. It can include analysis like patterns and trends of product, costing, pricing, inventory turnover time as well as the assessment of the direct costs related to the cost of goods sold (COGS), and many more

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Employee Profitability analysis

Employee Analysis measures revenue and profit per employee, labor efficiency, and productivity to show the profitability of each employee within the business

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Operating Expense & Saving analysis

Analyzing and uncovering Savings opportunities in operating expenses, so you can maintain a positive cash balance at all times. Analysis to help you make the necessary decisions related to budgets, loans, expenses, and control of the daily financial operation of the business

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Product Profitability analysis

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Business Financial Performance Analytics

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Cash flow analysis

No Stress Debt Free Cash Flow is Creating Predictable Cash Flow should be the foundation for any business. Besides helping with cash flow planning, cash flow analytics can also help you to ensure that you have enough money for day-to-day operations, will let you Never Run Out of Cash

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Operation & Working Capital analysis

Operational and working capital analyses the business immediate ability to pay short term debts. It also determines working capital, and future financing needs of a business while modeling ways to improve cash sufficiency with “what-if” scenarios

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Financial Statement analysis

Financial statement analysis, include analyzing and comparing the business current and historic financial information using its financial statements for up to 3 years

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Business Vulnerability analysis

Identifying and analyzing the business risk, vulnerability, and dependence on key employees, suppliers, products, systems, and customers


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Variance analysis

Variance analysis that measures and identify differences between perceived, planned, forecasted, and actual numbers in the budget, sales, profitability, cost, and cash flow

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Opportunity Cost analysis

Opportunity Cost evaluates what else could you be doing with the same opportunities, resources, money, and time to get a higher result on your investment

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Operating Leverage analysis

Operating leverage Annalise and measures the operating risk of a business and its ability to use fixed costs to generate more returns. It’s a measure of how much debt a company uses to finance its ongoing operations

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Financial Ratio Analysis

This includes several common financial ratio analysis like break-even analysis, Gross and Net Profit margins


Conclution

Business and Financial analytics is valuable to every business for making better business decisions.  It can help the business respond early to risks, opportunities and trends that can affect its operations and success. These analyses will prevent you from making the most common, costly, and completely unnecessary Dumb Mistakes – Smart Business Owners Make... Again, and Again.

Every business has overlooked opportunities, under performing activities, undervalued relationships, and untapped resources. And until you commit, to analyze, to evaluate, and to seek those on a continuous basis, you’ll never maximize your performance income or profits. 

With only small improvements in a few of these business analysis you can really have a great impact on the bottom-line profits. If you look for breakthroughs in only a few areas of between 1% and 10% to keep projections believable and easily achievable, you have the ability to double your sales or profits – and do so in 6 to 12 months.