Design your control tools
Sophisticated control tools are key success factors to achieve high performance.
Designing the control model means defining reports for management, defining supporting processes, designing the data model and data integration methods.
Whether it is dimensional profitability, industrial accounting, indirect costs, asset control or consolidated financial statements. Industry specific configurations already exist. Without re-inventing the wheel.
We define the recipients of company information, the content to be provided, the organizational moments and the presentation methods through which the contents will be shared and discussed with the stakeholders.
We define the activities overseen by the planning and control team and the degree of formalization and sophistication (data quality, processing frequency, response timeliness, degree of integration with company systems and functions).
We design the structure of the models that guide data processing, consisting of the dimensions of analysis, variables, measures and Key Performance Indicators.
We define and map the set of sources and applications to support control activities, consisting of power systems, integration architecture and specialized application solutions for planning and control.
Company in the footwear and sportsware sector
The company managed one of the most critical processes for the success of its business with high inefficiency: merchandise planning.
Adacta has supported the company in cross-cutting Controlling Modeling among different business areas, through two phases:
1) Design of a collaborative process between Marketing, Operations and AFC
2) Modeling of an integrated solution on a CPM platform for:
– Merchandise & Pricing Planning (Marketing)
-Cost Planning (Operations)
-P&L planning (AFC).
Group of the chemical-pharmaceutical sector
The company struggled to govern the group’s economic and financial planning, with difficulty in promptly assessing the main consolidated KPIs.
Adacta supported the group and the legal entities in the design of the model and information architecture for the processes of:
1) Local P&L, balance sheet and financial closing
2) P&L, balance sheet and financial consolidated statements (both statutory and managerial)
3) Local and consolidated economic planning
4) Local and consolidated direct financial planning.
Company in the fashion-luxury sector
The company had both a production and commercial organization in the same legal entity and was unable to effectively measure the industrial and commercial margins from the P&L.
Adacta supported the company in modeling a solution for:
1) Managerial segmentation of the production and commercial-distribution BU
2) Managerial valorization of the transfer flows produced between the BUs
3) Construction of separate P&L for the analysis of margins, with a Profit Split logic.
Do you want to have the right information to govern your business?
Our team of experts will design the best control model to support your management