ELEM Focus In

Organization and Governance: this area of analysis concerns the evaluation of the company’s macro and micro organizational structure, its control model and operational mechanisms that interconnect business units, as well as the soft factors, which contribute to the organisational health such as the leadership style, and involvement of owner.   

  1. Effective Governance Process, Rules, Tools and Policy
  2. Adequate Rewarding Systems 
  3. Right Sizing of the Organization Structure

Top Line Performances: the aim of this area of analysis is to look into reasons behind quantitative and qualitative performances of the company. This includes all factors exerting a direct or indirect impact on revenues and the quality of service provided to the customer.   

  1. Territorial Coverage and Improve Customer Reach
  2. Adequate Customer Relation Management (CRM) Process and Tools
  3. Opportunity of Cross Selling

Bottom Line Efficiency: this area refers to the identification of cost areas that show an addressable saving potential and the definition of viable saving initiatives to enhance short-term profitability. Indeed, ELAM Nepal is concerned about costs, but most of the entities in Nepal are mainly focus on headcount cutting rather than addressing relevant saving potentials among, direct cost, rental and leasing costs, cost of debt, utilities expenses and fees for other services.   

  1. Effective Tools for Direct and Indirect Cost Control
  2. Tools to Monitor Productivity and Efficiency
  3. Tools to Control General Expenses and Variable Cost 

Finance and Capital Structure: this area represents by far the most relevant one in the light of current market dynamics. The focus of the analysis is internal processes, tools and policies to monitor the future development of coverage ratio and optimize debt and capital structure accordingly.

  1. Ensure Best Use of Capital
  2. Adequate Financial Monitoring Process and Tools
  3. Tools to Control Ageing and Stock not Associated with Business