Business Advisory

The current competitive environment emphasizes the performance levels that private and public organizations have to achieve and the efficiency with which these are made.

Competitiveness, therefore, is closely linked:

to proactively manage cost optimization, financial resources and internal processes through the appropriate use of IT tools and simulation;

to opening to technological innovations, even incremental one as a consequence of technology transfer processes, that can generate processes of continuous performance improvement that maintain in a more lasting way the conditions of competitiveness of their business;

to the careful assessment of the impact of business, development and investment decisions and the ability to develop alternative strategies and action plans that allow companies to respond systematically and proactively to the changes of scenarios and context conditions;

Building on its thirty years of experience, the business advisory area of INIZIATIVA supports organizations with a range of services, among them modular and in outsourcing logic, designed to enable the management of some the most critical areas for performance improvement.
Impact assessment of business choices and performance measurement systems to enhance the economic potential of the company
Melina Nappi / Manager

Enterprise Improvement

Companies operating in all sectors and in any geographical area are constantly called upon to enhance its competitiveness: to do more with less and to reinvent themselves in order to increase its market share in an increasingly competitive market. In all contexts companies aim to tackle new markets, establishing a dominant position based on a lasting and sustainable competitive advantage.

In this perspective, INIZIATIVA carries out advisory activities aimed to maximize the company’s performance.

Business performance is objectively measurable with the increase of free cash flow (FCF), the cash flow generated by the business after the investment and after the financial activities.

A project of enterprise improvement involves all business functions which directly or indirectly affect the determination of variables underlying the generation of FCF.

The activities of the enterprise improvement relate to the company and its management efficiency regardless of the sector in which it operates, its business and its business model. 

The activities of the enterprise improvement may be performed on any undertaking or on specific BU/participations provided that they have a system for measuring the FCF generated.

Improving business performance is useful for all entrepreneurs both for those operating in competitive environments with emerging liquidity and for those financially stressed.