Corporate Reporting Systems or MIS
Taking a 360° view of a company’s health is a necessary step to securing the present and building for the future. Many organizations are facing important short term issues, such as reducing costs and current financial risks, but it is equally important to consider performance improvement and risk management opportunities that will drive growth and operating efficiencies for the longer term and create a stronger competitive position.
Reporting more comprehensively on important non-financial assets can often improve the valuation of a company. Our experience suggests that investors and analysts consider financial reports by themselves to be of limited use in determining a company's prospects. That shouldn't be too surprising—management itself doesn't rely solely on financial information in running its business. A company's brands, market share, customer retention levels, and intellectual capital are of intense interest to investors and other stakeholders.
We can assist organizations that need to ensure the quality and credibility of internal management information and external disclosures and, in particular, non-financial indicators. Our professional approach and focus on issues related to non-financial performance reporting, has not been limited to simply advocating reform but on providing Value Reporting.
⦁ Private or public assurance on non-financial information
⦁ Advice on changes required to support comprehensive and reliable management information
⦁ Assessment of external communications
⦁ Advice on how to articulate company's value
⦁ Benchmarking of external communications against global peers
⦁ Support for the development of a short and long-term communications strategy
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