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To our clients, senior associates, business partners, colleagues: We observed the market trends and clients’ needs …

To our clients, senior associates, business partners, colleagues

We observed the market trends and clients’ needs.

It was clear that the old management consulting model was neither efficient nor productive any more. We live in a fast-paced world where executives, leaders and management teams need answers and information faster, on-the-fly, on-demand, from anywhere, at any time.

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Daniel Vitaver-Bronstein, Managing Partner

We concluded that a more agile online management consulting practice needed to step up and embrace the technology that the 21st century brought. So, we evolved.

Now, and after several months of intensive work and preparation, BlueBiz Consulting is glad to announce that it has completed its business model transformation to better serve our clients, delivering faster response, precise information and higher performance, powered by the use of new technologies.

From now on, the practice of analytics will be systematically embedded to our deliveries, adding even more value to our solutions and services. We have also designed an agile consulting methodology and dashboard platform that can help our clients make efficient, quicker, fact-checked, informed decisions.

In addition, and as part of the change, we have adopted an online subscription-based model and bundled-up our Performance Management consulting services within three categories:

  • Business Strategy & Planning
  • Performance Improvement & Analytics
  • Dashboard Development

BlueBiz Consulting is a forward-think tank, always in the pursuit of excellence and peak performance, ultimately higher productivity.

Daniel Vitaver-Bronstein
Managing Partner

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Expert judgement and trustful advice

Whether you are a business owner, entrepreneur, first time manager or a seasoned decision-maker …

A professional consultant is the external resource every smart executive should consider, on a regular basis, for help and ongoing support.

My experience tells me that an executive, whether you are a business owner, entrepreneur, first time manager or a seasoned decision-maker, looks for a consultant, mainly, when the problem is already there, “fire is heating up” and thus, he or she needs outside ears to listen what is going on and deliver quick recommendations to address those issues.

Actually, I learned from my past experience as CIO, COO, and CEO that the faster I engaged and retained a management consultant, the faster my informed decision-making improved and so was the organization’s performance.

As external entities, executive consultants are neither part of the problem nor the solution. As independent and unbiased advisers, they will listen to all stakeholders, privately and confidentially, before making any kind diagnosis.

The diagnostic by itself is not enough for a wise consultant. He or she will formulate different solutions and predict what would happen when applying one or the other approaches to the problems. Data analytics, statistics and business intelligence are instrumental to delivering the right answers.

Once the above steps have been completed, the consultant will be able to summarize findings and deliver prioritized recommendations to address the particular needs and issues involved.

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Why you need Analytics for Sales & Operations Planning & Performance Improvement.

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Clients need Performance Analytics for Sales & Operations to support, efficiently, Sales & Operations Planning and defined processes(*).

Performance Analytics provides the evidence to set the overall levels of services and/or production to best satisfy the current Sales Plan, while meeting business objectives of profitability, productivity, competitive customer lead times, etc., as expressed in the overall business plan.

Performance Analytics is essential and instrumental to decision-making and planning; it provides the facts to balance demand and supply, to integrate financial planning, sales planning and operational planning, and to link high-level strategic plans with day-to-day operations.

Using historic data, Sales & Operations Analytics helps to understand trends, discover patterns, and simulate different scenarios to forecast anticipated demand, inventory and supply, and customer lead times.

Data Visualization (dashboards, scorecards) helps clients to monitor and control the forecasted services and/or production rates and key performance indicators (KPIs) and thus facilitate Sales & Operations performance improvement to outperform competitors and/or improve customer satisfaction.

The Sales and the Operations plans are a means to gradually accomplish the Annual Operations Plan (AOP) targets – by linking monthly sales and marketing planning directly to the operations side of a business.

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BlueBiz Consulting is an online, real-time, on-demand world-class boutique of professionals, expert in Sales & Operations Performance Improvement. We work remotely and collaboratively with our clients to deliver the most efficient Sales & Operations plans possible.

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(*) Note: Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) is an integrated business management process through which the executive/leadership team continually achieves focus, alignment and synchronization among all functions of the organization. The S&OP process includes an updated forecast that leads to a sales plan, production plan, inventory plan, customer lead time (backlog) plan, new product development plan, strategic initiative plan and resulting financial plan. Plan frequency and planning horizon depend on the specifics of the industry.

  

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Why performance analytics

Performance Analytics provides the evidence to set the overall levels of …

Business Analytics refers to the skills, technologies, practices for the analysis of past business performance to gain insight and drive business planning and operations. It focuses on developing new insights and understanding of business performance based on historical and current data and statistical methods.

Business Analytics makes extensive use of statistical analysis, including explanatory and predictive modeling, and fact-based management to drive performance and decision making. It is therefore closely related to management science and it is widely use in each functional area and in the entire organization.

Business Analytics is then used as input for human decisions or may drive fully automated decisions or help improve operational performance. Business intelligence tools facilitate querying, reporting, online analytical processing (OLAP), and alerts to answer questions such as what happened, how many, how often, where the problem is, and what actions are needed. Business Analytics can further answer questions like why is this happening, what if these trends continue, what will happen next (predict), and what is the best outcome that can happen (optimize).

Performance Analytics provides the evidence to set the overall levels of services and/or production to best satisfy the current Business Plan, while meeting objectives of profitability, productivity, competitive customer lead times, etc.

Performance Analytics is essential and instrumental to decision-making and planning; it provides the facts to balance demand and supply, to integrate financial planning, sales planning and operational planning, and to link high-level strategic plans with day-to-day operations.

Using historic data, Analytics helps to understand trends, discover patterns, and simulate different scenarios to forecast anticipated demand, inventory and supply, and customer lead times.

Data Visualization (dashboards, scorecards) helps clients to monitor and control the forecasted services and/or production rates and key performance indicators (KPIs) and thus driving performance improvement to outperform competitors and/or improve customer satisfaction.

 

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