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Business and Management Consulting

With our comprehensive planning and analysis we ensure your long term success!

Our management consulting includes the following services:

  • balance sheet and income statement analyses
  • preparing and adjusting business plans
  • company valuations
  • organisational advising
  • budgeting with variance analyses
  • consulting for outsourcing projects
  • business planning: strategic comparative and budget accounting in connection with financing and financial investment decisions, with investments and hiring of personnel
  • advice on calculation issues
  • compiling strategies and business plans
  • tax and management consulting related to financial investment and other investment decisions
  • application for subsidies in connection with business start-ups
  • break-even calculations
  • drafting of start-up appraisals


Controlling is an instrument for leadership. It deals with information and helps to unknot the future development of your company. We can help you with:

  • Compiling profit budgeting and finance plans
  • Analysing operational targets:  turnover, cost, number of customers etc.
  • Identification of your best profit services and products
  • Identification of your weak spots – which have ended up with lots of expense and nothing else?
  • Budgeting on a monthly and quarterly basis
  • Timely identification of threats and possible abberations
  • Planning of turnover, investment, personnel and liquidity
  • budgeting with variance analyses
  • Forecast of your expected annual result
  • Identifying deviations and planning countermeasures

Cost Accounting

A modern cost accounting system provides managers with important arguments for decision making

  • Acquisition of services offered
  • Provides key figures, for example a basis for price calculation
  • Controls rentability of processes, departments and operations
  • Cost-type accounting, cost-centre accounting, cost-unit accounting
  • Marginal return calculation
  • Pre- and postcalculation

Liquidity Planning

We offer an integral view of your cash budget planning. Our goal is a funding without any shortages.

  • Important for maintaining a financial balance
  • The goal is an optimal financing without disruptions for the operative business
  • The short-term liquidity planning defines the current status of your cash budget, debt claims and liabilities and identifies short-term cash flows from your business operations
  • Long-term liquidity analysis and –strategies
  • Planning countermeasures:
    • Identifying possible short-term liquidity shortages
    • Taking action: Delaying outflows, negotiating with bank or suppliers, accelerating customer payments

Business Valuation

There are various methods for measuring the value of a company. Which method is chosen depends primarily on the industry in which the company operates, the size of the company and the reason for the evaluation itself.  For example, this could be the purchase or selling of the company or an operation, the entry or exit of a shareholder or a transition concerning inheritance or conversion.

Once can distinguish roughly between two major valuation methods and their combination.

  1. Income Approach
  2. Asset Value Approach
  3. A combination of the above

We offer our expert know-how in both, method selection and evaluation execution in order to get the best business valuation result for your specific situation.

Optimisation of operations

Companies are faced with a difficult challenge: to remain competitive, it is important to offer high quality services and provide them efficiently, with optimal cost structures.  We offer advice in order to ensure your competitive position.

  • Modern cost accounting
  • Helpful decision criteria
  • Correct price calculation
  • Controlling
  • Budgeting and Financial Planning
  • Analysing operational targets:  turnover, cost, number of customers

A particularly important role is played by cost accounting, to record and account for the costs of services provide in the company. The main purpose of modern cost accounting is to provide management with a basis for decision-making.

Business plans

When and why is a business plan useful? A business plan is a key document for the evaluation and control of your future business activities. It is supposed to prove the capability of the founder(s) of the company to turn the business concept into a real company.

The business plan provides potential business partners, banks, and venture capital investors with a basis for deciding whether to cooperate with you and invest in your company.

The business plan has two parts:

The written formulation of the business concept includes:

  • a reference to the product, service, customer benefits, market size and description of the target customers, market entry and imitability, marketing, management and key positions, risks and opportunities, etc.
  • The financial part helps to give a clear overview of the cash flows to ensure that enough cash funding will be available to meet all the payment obligations in a timely manner. If for a while you fail to pay your debts consistently without disrupting your business processes, even the best profit prospects will not suffice to prevent insolvency.

Your cash planning should cover a period from three to five years. It is generally very difficult to make predictions beyond that timeframe, so such planning would not be very meaningful.