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To devise a successful growth strategy

You need to know exactly what shape your business is in. ​​

This will help you to ensure your business is properly aligned so that the growth strategy you choose is viable. Regular reviews of your business will allow you to see your progress as you move your business towards sustainable profitable growth

  1. Graphs
    Graphs provide great value. They are visuals that can help assess business performance, and helps you to recognize patterns or trends. By reviewing each graph in each category and evaluating your business every quarter, you are able to monitor your progress and identify patterns and problem areas. Look for your weak areas first. You want to tackle these problem areas before they become serious. Focus on improving these areas.
  2. Scorecard
    The scorecard combines quantitative and qualitative criteria. This simply means we take soft data, (example: customer satisfaction) and “hard” data (example: financials) to figure out where you are and where you should be. The scorecard is your end result. Once you know what areas you need to improve, and implement your plan, your scorecard is there to show you whether you’re on the right track!
  3. Detailed Report
    Detailed Report
    Epsilon - Your Business Evaluator gives you a high level report with suggestions and solutions, for each category. These tips are not meant to be conclusive, but are meant to provide direction. This report provides you a framework for building your strategic plan. Since you have identified the weak areas in your graphs, the detailed report will give you some advice on what needs to be worked on, which will help you fill in the blanks when it comes to your growth plan .
Things to Consider 
  • Keep it Simple: Simplify everything (products, process, communications etc) By doing this, you will gain a competitive advantage in your market

  • Identify your weak areas: By presenting both the problem and the solution, you can transform your weaknesses into a strengths

  • Focus on your strengths: Can help you develop growth strategies 
  • Identify your target market: Who has a need for your service/product and who is most likely to buy it  

  • Know your competition: No matter your industry, your competition is likely excelling at something that your company is struggling with.
  • Work your Epsilon YBE results: By knowing your business inside and out, you are able to make informed, money-making decisions. 

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