4C Consulting gathers information that reflects how an organization currently operates, comparing the formal organizational structure and processes with the informal ones, revealing the ways work actually gets done. It then works with leaders to reveal the gaps, determine what is needed to close them and realign the company with its intended purpose.
4C Consulting is data driven and people focused. While 4C has working knowledge in all our core focus areas, the firm has found it offers significant value to its clients by bringing fresh eyes to its engagements. 4C helps its customers do the same.
Some examples of the types of information 4C Consulting collects:
• Sales History
• Marketing Initiatives and Collateral
• Competitor and Market Analyses
• Process Reviews
• Associate Interviews and Assessments
We gather both quantitative and qualitative data, analyze it, break it down, categorize it, and review it with our customers to diagnose problems, clarify priorities, improve forecasting, guide decision making, and determine relevant metrics.
We generate audits and maps to identify gaps, illuminate areas of misalignment, show trends, and develop action plans.
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Better Alignment, Better Results.
Item of Interest
When analyzed, broken down, categorized effectively, and communicated well, Sales History provides insights and clarifies trends that improve decision making.
Understandings derived from historical Sales data include: The distribution of sales across market segments and geographic areas, the product and service mix that comprise them, their timing, the resources required to fulfill them, and their corresponding profit margins, among others.
For Your Consideration
Increased clarity of an organization’s sales and profitability offers information about how they can be repeated and improved upon, and reveal changes required to maintain growth.
Historical Sales data is best considered in a broader context in relation to the estimated lifetime value of customers, the need for new clients, the competitive landscape, operational capacities, and more.