Boosted Revenue and Improved Processes
BDO’s consulting division had grown rapidly through acquisitions, but had not integrated the companies, updated its infrastructure, or created a business planning process, leading to a lack of cohesive strategy and alignment across business lines.
Increased Profit Margins and Morale
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
Bicoastal entertainment law firm needed to manage the cultural and financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the business.
Increased Deal Wins and Profit Margin
KPMG’s consulting division wanted to increase revenue through deal wins without sacrificing margins, but the cost of labor was increasing and down-market competitors charged lower prices.
Diversified and Increased Revenue
Early-Stage Consulting Firm
An early stage consulting firm with a small roster of clients needed to diversify and increase its revenue, but lacked a formal marketing and sales function and therefore struggled to generate qualified leads and bring new revenue growth.
Decreased Costs and Gained More Value From Vendors
A boutique business did not have a C-Suite, nor was hiring full-time executives with more sophisticated experience than the current administrative employees practical given its size. As expenses were starting to outpace new revenue into the company, the owners sought a full review of expenses for better value.
Improved Savings, Efficiency, and User Experience
National Mid-Sized Company
A midsized, national company’s information technology and human resources departments were operating on outdated legacy technology and with personnel that had not grown as rapidly as the company, leading to inefficiencies, high cost, and poor user experience for the staff.
Increased Retention and Profitability of "Rainmaking" Hires
National Consulting Firm
Partners were recruited to join a large consulting firm seeking to build new practice areas and increase revenue, but they were consistently unable to replicate the books of business they had at previous firms and often left within three years of joining, leading to the firm’s inability to successfully grow into new areas and negatively affecting its reputation in the market.