• Location: Where you do business — physically and online
• Equipment: The tools you need to get the job done
• Labor: The human side of business operations
• Process Flow: The way you get business done, including your
systems quality control and improvement
Business operations typically include these key areas:
As your Business Management Team, Pharus Group will assist by providing the additional resources necessary to ensure day-to-day operations are successfully implemented. The development and enforcement of policies, standard operating procedures (SOP’s), forms, contracts, purchase negotiations and strategic planning are just a few examples of the support you can expect from us.
Reduce your costs and increase profits with our cost reduction procedures. Finding and removing unwarranted expenses from a business to increase profits is a key goal for business longevity.
Ideal growth strategies bring the most results from the least amount of risk and effort. We will help you focus on the most important strategies and then help you move up the ladder of success.
Developing a strategic plan might seem like an overwhelming process, but if you break it down, it's easy to tackle. Let us help you streamline this effort and implement your strategies.
An important aspect of a quality system is to work according to unambiguous Standard Operating Procedures. Developing your SOP protocol will help your business thrive.
Defining your operational procedures will give your employees, as well as the overall business, a firm structure and help you to maintain fluid operating standards throughout work flow.
A business plan is an essential road-map for business success. This living document generally projects 3-5 years ahead and outlines the route a company will take in the future.
You don't get what you deserve – you get what you negotiate! Being professional and having an efficient process for contracts be just as important, if not more important, than some of the softer skills of negotiations.
Rather than just diving into a project and hoping for the best, a feasibility study with Pharus allows a business to investigate the possible negative and positive outcomes of the project itself.