Restructuring Advisory & Turnaround Consulting Services
Santry 360 provides experienced restructuring and turnaround consulting services for closely-held mid-market businesses in the Midwest. Talk to us about how we can help you return your company to sustainable value and growth.Schedule a Consultation
Cash Flow Forecasting
When a company experiences a financial downturn, it is critical to the long-term success of the business to understand the dynamics of the cash flow over the following four to six months.
A critical assessment of the short-term cash needs of the business is necessary to assist management as well as supporting stakeholders such as owners, lenders, and vendors in their decision-making process.
Why cash flow forecasts important:
- Identifying potential shortfalls in cash balances
- Enable you to see when problems or cash shortfalls are likely to occur so you can plan to avoid them
- Ensure you have enough cash to pay suppliers and employees
Interim and Crisis Management
When guidance and stability are needed the most, companies that are in crisis, underperforming, or have underperforming divisions turn to us to fill interim management roles.
As experienced operators dedicated to improving performance, we seamlessly step in to fill:
- Chief Restructuring Officer
- Chief Financial Officer
- Chief Executive Officer Roles
Metrics and Profitability Improvement
Santry 360 designs a dashboard of key performance indicators tailored to your goals that can be readily monitored by stakeholders to gauge progress.
Metrics paint a picture of how you are performing in your quest to master margins and improve profitability.
The key to any metric is that it must show progress toward the goal you are trying to achieve and the outcomes you are trying to accomplish.Ask Questions
An organized list of your business’s greatest:
Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.
Existing businesses can use a SWOT analysis at any time to assess a changing environment and respond proactively. It is recommended to conducting a strategy review meeting at least once a year that begins with a SWOT analysis.
By understanding the weaknesses of your business, you can manage and eliminate threats that would otherwise catch you unawares.
More than this, by looking at yourself and your competitors using the SWOT framework, you can start to craft a strategy that helps you distinguish yourself from your competitors, so that you can compete successfully in your market.Ask Questions