Regaining control • Rebuilding value • Resolving crisis
With the demands placed on organisations in our rapidly evolving marketplace, it is not surprising that increasing numbers of them run into difficulties at some point in their life cycle. There are many reasons why an organisation may find itself facing financial difficulties: a tough economic climate, changing markets and competitors, outmoded technology, and operational or strategic planning deficiencies. Whether these factors occur in isolation or converge, they can trigger a host of problems, including underperformance, declining earnings, liquidity and cash flow concerns, and stakeholder pressure. Left unchecked, the results can be serious, and sometimes irreversible.
Companies often exhibit symptoms of decline well before a crisis erupts. In many cases, a downward financial spiral is not inevitable. It can be arrested and reversed. Early detection and swift, decisive action are the keys to restoring performance and value. That is why timely expert advice is critical.