Business Modeling

Business modeling is the process of developing conceptual framework to predict the dimensional interaction of items that may include: Business Model

  • Time
  • Sales/Qty
  • Cash Flow
  • Product Mix
  • Customer Segmentation
  • Investment Outcomes

To properly develop a model the variables must be scrutinized and data must be cleansed. A model is just that a model, without the correct mix of business acumen and dimensional experience with multi-variables most will feel overwhelmed. The process of developing a model is straight forward, and if developed in a product such as Excel easily distributed. Once a model is developed, it needs to be continuously updated to reflect the most recent information. I have developed models that span all business functions; models which have transformed strategy into action. Examples of some models developed are listed below:

  • Sales projections
  • New product introductions
  • ROI on technology investments
  • Sales tools
  • New pricing strategies
  • Multi channel discounts
  • Big box product introduction
  • Product life cycle strategies
  • Distribution and logistic rightsizing
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