Price pressure in the construction sector is leading to price wars and falling profit margins. One way of boosting your organisation’s returns is to improve your operational processes. You could, for example, considerably increase your returns by driving down the costs of failure. After all, supply errors, poor communication and unnecessarily inefficient implementation of the construction process not only costs a lot of money but also results in dissatisfied customers. How do you go about effecting such an improvement in returns?
PwC can support you with a structural approach to improving returns with demonstrable results. Our experience shows that the potential for improvement is around five percent of annual turnover. In addition to financial benefits, our approach will provide you with a greater degree of insight into your core processes. Concrete results from our tried-and-tested improvement methods vary from reducing costs and turnaround times and increasing market share to bolstering reliability of supply and boosting customer satisfaction.
To effect an improvement in returns, we use the Results-oriented Improvement method. Our approach is both data-driven and people-driven: solid analyses with a practical angle. We see to it that the improvements are actually implemented as well, and train your staff to continue working on process improvement in structural terms. Interested in finding out what improving returns can do for your organisation? Feel free to get in touch with us completely obligation-free.
"Supply errors, poor communication and unnecessarily inefficient implementation of the construction process not only costs a lot of money but also results in dissatisfied customers."
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