Information has never been more accessible, but too often we receive too much and we are unable or unwilling to filter through it to find the useful or necessary insights.
Great things happen if we can develop filters that deliver the right information to the right people at the right time. In a business context this involves identifying the key activities that we need to target and measure, identifying who needs to see what and when they need it, and then building a system to deliver this.
Occasionally looking at a Profit & Loss Statement and checking the bank balance isn’t enough.
Here’s a simple case study to demonstrate what I’m talking about:
Ryan Davey from our Melbourne office designed an automated reporting system for our client. The system extracted live data from their job costing and accounting systems and emailed a report of key data including the highest and lowest gross profit/hour invoices issued. The first week this enabled identification (and subsequent correction) of a $5,000 invoice error that otherwise never would have been identified.
This system paid for itself in the first week. Most well designed systems that facilitate the right information to the right people at the right time keep on providing a massive return on investment month after month.
Interested in knowing what might be possible for your business? The first 5 people to reply to this email can have a free 1 hour consultation with Ryan.
PS. Ryan is possibly the smartest system selection and implementation expert in Australia.