Vienna (OTS) – The auditing and consulting firm KPMG as well as the growth consultant & US support clients in the development of tailor-made strategies to grow profitably in challenging times. With advice from a single source, companies are supported not only in the development and implementation of measures to increase sales, but also in optimizing the internal cost structure.
“We are convinced that companies that seize the opportunity and expand their range of services by broadening their value chain or making targeted acquisitions will emerge stronger from the crisis,” says KPMG partner Jürgen Mellitzer. “The current situation in particular shows how important a comprehensive and consistent digitization strategy is when addressing customers. We are just as excited about the possibilities that digitization brings with it for the optimization of internal structures and processes ”.
Together with & US, the aim is to develop growth initiatives based on a common horizon of goals and expectations, as well as uniform structures and processes, while taking into account the optimization of the internal cost structure. The advisory service is aimed at all companies, especially those who are currently putting their business model to the test, want to identify new growth opportunities or are already in a restructuring phase.
Focus on strategy, marketing and sales
& US focuses on corporate growth: “Sustainable growth comes from the core of the company. The growth drivers in the company include positioning and thus differentiation, marketing and sales, as well as the exploitation of innovation potential. The basis for growth is the overall strategy, business model, organization and corporate management, ”explains Helmut Kosa, Managing Director & US.
At its core, & US relates the basic elements to those of the growth drivers in a specially developed model to enable growth. KPMG supports you in the strategic alignment and optimization of processes. “We try to look at the individual building blocks of a company from a meta-level in order to use the critical and mostly scarce resources accurately,” says KPMG partner Jürgen Mellitzer.
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