Cash flow difficulties.
Significantly large stock with little or no use (dead stock).
Orders dwindling or vice versa – small and less profitable number of orders increase.
Competition increase due to aggressive entry of competitors with cheaper products/services or with better quality/performance.
Lack of time (due to the constraints of Time to Market or financing constraints) is usually a significant parameter, even if in well established and experienced companies.
Non realization of investment expectations from equipment/facilities/buildings, new product development, marketing network.
New regulatory requirements in areas such as the environmental regulations, generating increase of financial and managerial burden.
Slow processes or inter-organizational friction consuming unnecessary management attention due to an Inappropriate person in a key position
Slow processes or inter-organizational friction consuming unnecessary management attention due to unclear Matrix of Responsibility and Authority
e2eS analyzes the causes of failures with high chance to occur and those who have already been realized, offers solutions of improvement projects for a company in difficulties due to incorrect processes and/or inadequate functioning of key personnel. e2eS offers its customers with a temporary role key officials for a limited period, and helps to locate the right candidates for the positions, while tutoring for best role entry.
e2es analyzes the expected causes of failure and the opportunities associated with the entrepreneurship. e2eS offers support of joint formulation of solutions for the establishment of a project/initiative or a new company
e2eS assists with analyzing the expected causes of failure , and suggests the customer a structured and effective process, (end to end recruitment – e2eR-end to end Recruitment) , saving valuable time for his decision makers.
e2eS provides the customer with its teams many years of experience with setting success criteria – the independence of the customer. Decision makers are invited to consider support guidance packages.