Value Creation

PROGRAM TWO – empruV Value Creation

In program two, we are going to show you how to start building the enterprise value of your company. We focus on the 18 different value drivers of a business, which are listed below, and identify those that have the most immediate need.  We will learn the current estimated value of your business based on a thorough analysis of these value drivers, weighted up against your competition. Through this process we will learn what areas of your business most need improvement, as well as the estimated value of your business once these issues are addressed. This entire program lasts for one year and by the end of it, you WILL see your enterprise value go up.



There are several areas of a business that need to be analyzed upfront, before any strategies can be suggested or implemented. Some of the areas we analyze include:

  • Financial benchmarking
  • Analyze direct and indirect labor expenses
  • Examine company policies
  • Survey operations and methods
  • Analyze overhead rates
  • Examine administrative methods and procedures
  • Review quality management
  • Analyze sales methods
  • Review budgets
  • Check profit controls
  • Inspect accounting and cost methods
  • Inspect production controls
  • Review quality assurance systems
  • Review incentives


Once the assessment and analysis have occurred to identify key areas of the business that need attention, the implementation phase will begin. Here we apply both, the individual strategies and targeted resources necessary to facilitate the overall controlled growth of your company:

  • Business planning
  • Improving financial position
  • Sales and marketing improvements
  • Channel marketing strategy development
  • Strategic partnership development
  • Business valuation
  • Resource allocation
  • Human resources development
  • Operations enhancements
  • Management training
  • Capital formation efforts
  • Purchasing controls development
  • Job costing systems
  • Job descriptions
  • Procedural and employee manuals


The stabilization phase is where we put all of the systems and components together in such a way that there is buy-in from management and employees. This ensures a strict adherence to the new ways of doing things. Additionally, an overall succession plan is put in place so there is a clearly defined exit strategy.  Why is this important? Consider this. If you think of your exit plan as the “destination,” you must be clear about what this destination is so you can define the “journey,” or steps to get there.  Neglecting to do this would be like driving from New York to California for the first time without a GPS or map to guide you. And to further complicate things, you decide to put a blindfold on. What are the odds of arriving at your destination?  Without a clearly defined exit plan for your business, your odds of getting there are slim.

  • Monitoring processes through the utilization of technology and reporting tools
  • Weekly check-in with ownership and management
  • Adjustments made to allow for market condition changes, internal changes, or outlying circumstances
  • Continuous financial benchmarking
  • Email and phone support as needed

No Risk – Big Reward

We will add money to your bottom line and show you how to grow your enterprise value—all without any upfront capital outlay.  We want to make it nearly impossible for you to say no. Call us today to see if you and your company meet the qualifications to work with empruV.