Business Management Simplified-Improve Your Cash Flow
Tuning Your Revenue Engine
Small business management is all about managing cash flow. Not just financially, but even more importantly, operationally! The problem is most business management programs don’t show you the correlation.
Cash flow is the life blood of any business. Without good cash flow nothing works right! By improving cash flow you improve business performance overall.
But how? – By tuning your revenue engine of course!
Better Small Business Management = Better Cash Flow!
The Revenue Engine is a metaphor DE, Inc. created to simplify the understanding of your business model so you can create better cash flow. This approach simplifies learning business management in a way that allows you to apply best business practices to your small business so you can improve cash flow
The Revenue Engine is comprised of four major business functions – marketing, sales, delivery, and collections. Using our Revenue Engine approach you can easily comprehend the complex dynamics of your business and apply business best practices that provide the greatest impact on business performance and cash flow. You do it using simple to understand terminology and calculations.
Watch the video below to better understand how the Revenue Engine works.
How Well Does Your Revenue Engine Perform?
If your business has any of the following symptoms chances are your revenue engine is not performing optimally:
- underperforming lead generation
- decreasing sales
- lower than normal closing percentages
- increasing overhead
- slower than normal production
Business management has a direct impact on all of these areas of your business and checking exactly where you need to focus can help you fix the problem(s). The tool to help your business management is the Revenue Engine Performance Checkup.
This business management assessment is a 26 yes/no questionnaire “quick check” designed to rapidly evaluate your entire cash flow cycle from an operational perspective. It will show you what’s causing your underperforming revenue, less than expected profits, poor cash flow, stagnant growth, and sluggish performance in your business?
To get more information about assessing the current state of your business management and revenue engine’s performance click the button below…
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