IndustryControlling's Business Advisory / Consulting Services Include the Following:
Establishing annual budgets and forecasts, including exact hourly cost rate and breakeven calculations
Financial Business Plans
Establishing comprehensive financial business models (e.g. mid-range plans) for strategic decision making
Strategic Growth Management
Consulting to improve net profitability and/or any other company financial targets
Investment Calculations (DCF)
Calculating pay-back periods for any size investment, up to and including entire manufacturing plants
In-house Manufacturing and/or Outsourcing
Advising on “make or buy” decisions based on financial data for product groups, single products or specific operational processes
Turnaround and Restructuring
Advising on realignment of inefficient/ineffective Finance & Controlling departments
Analysis and Reporting
Providing tailor made financial key performance indicator cockpits and charts
Systems Advice and Support
Providing advice on value added software and setup for all financial needs; standalone or as part of an Enterprise Resource Planning System
Founding Member, Roland Bendel,
has a Master’s degree in Business Economics and Accounting from his home country of Switzerland. Mr. Bendel has over 35 years’ experience in the manufacturing industry and received state recognition in 1986 for his final exam achievements in Swiss Precision Manufacturing.
Having worked in leading finance positions in all corners of the world for multi-national corporations, Mr. Bendel has a solid background in all financial controlling/accounting matters coupled with his excellent understanding of industrial manufacturing and related processes.
Under his executive leadership, Mr. Bendel has led numerous finance department transformations in partnership with local management and employees.
Our Work & Consulting Experience Includes the Following Companies:
Our Client’s Say
“IndustryControlling provided the best service we could image and helped our company to understand our cost structure and what we needed to focus on first.”