ELAM Nepal by analyzing the short-term and long-term strategy of our clients through an operational lens identifies the operational GAPS required to deliver expected result and ensure the linkages between business strategies and operations are established.
ELAM Nepal develops custom-made instruments like Cost Benefit Analysis, Transaction Cost Analysis and Business Process Analysis that provides light, easy to use tools to identify and priorities high impact harmonization initiatives and facilitating monitoring and evaluation pre-established baselines.
Elam Nepal works for its client’s funds and limits requirement of start-ups as well as growth management. This area represents by far the most relevant one in the light of current market dynamics. The focus of the analysis is not only represented by the deep understanding of current financial health, but also concerns internal processes, tools and policies to monitor the future development of coverage ratio and optimize debt and capital structure accordingly.
ELAM Nepal with its expertise in organizational development and good governance practices analyses and evaluates the company's macro and micro organizational structure, its governance model and operational mechanisms that interconnect business units, as well as the soft factors which contribute to the organizational health such as the leadership style and the working climate.
ELAM Nepal is more concerned on top line performances of her clients. The aim of this area of analysis is to look into reasons behind quantitative and qualitative performances of all business lines. More in detail, this area includes all factors exerting a direct or indirect impact on revenues as the go-to-market model, sales strategy, business processes, sales team steering and, last but not least, the quality of service provided to the customer.
ELAM Nepal focuses on cost reduction of her client’s operations. Our experts facilitate to design monitoring and evaluation mechanism of efforts at operation as well as strategic level. We focus on reduced lead times to execute processes through streamlining operational process, and reduced direct monetary cost for example by reduction of duplication of work processes and reduction of transaction costs (time spent on activities).