Inventory Control Methods

What is the best way to manage our inventory? This question is very common when meeting new clients for the first time. At MCDA CCG we work with you and assist you in making the best decision for your individual business situation. In this post we will list out the most common inventory control methodsContinue reading “Inventory Control Methods”

Startups: Effectively Communicate Your Budget

For many businesses out there, January is the time to get approval on the coming year’s budget. Assuming that you have prepared a great budget, the next task at hand is to communicate it and get it approved. Below are some tips for ensuring your budget is understood by your investors as well as byContinue reading “Startups: Effectively Communicate Your Budget”

Establishing A Lean Factory Layout

As lean thinking continues to evolve with things like Industry 4.0, improving your factory layout utilizing lean methodologies can greatly improve your factory efficiency. Many factory managers today experience the same headaches that were common years ago. Do any of these sound familiar? Long production and lead times Bottlenecks in production- at max capacity TooContinue reading “Establishing A Lean Factory Layout”

Overhead And How To Reduce Overhead Costs

Overhead, otherwise known as overhead costs, refers to the ongoing expenses associated with operating a business. Understanding your overhead costs and keeping them under control is essential to success as a business owner. Overhead Costs Overhead costs represent business expenses that are not directly related to making a product or performing a service. Expenses suchContinue reading “Overhead And How To Reduce Overhead Costs”

Utilizing Kaizen To Overcome Manufacturing Uncertainty And Change

Manufacturing is constantly facing new challenges, we are seeing very strong global competition, Industry 4.0 is transforming the industry, and we have millennials entering the workforce. Risks are evolving as well, constant economic uncertainty, and cyber security attacks are becoming a real threat to the industry. To remain competitive, manufactures cannot afford to proceed withContinue reading “Utilizing Kaizen To Overcome Manufacturing Uncertainty And Change”

M&A Transactions: Is Confidentiality a Myth?

All M&A transactions require the business owner(s) to reveal information that is highly confidential and crucial to the success of the business. This action goes against the normal course of action for the business. Revealing this type of information to the wrong party can be detrimental to business operations moving forward, particularly in tight knotContinue reading “M&A Transactions: Is Confidentiality a Myth?”

California: New Employment Laws for 2021

It’s time to prepare for the new year, which means that you and your organization must be aware of the latest labor and employment laws. More importantly, it’s time to revise your company handbooks to keep up with the new changes. For an in-depth analysis of how each law might affect your organization, contact yourContinue reading “California: New Employment Laws for 2021”

Additional PPP Loans Are Coming

A new coronavirus relief bill will provide $284 billion in loans for small businesses. Here is how your business can get a second one. A new $900 billion coronavirus relief and stimulus package was signed into law by President Trump. One of its provisions: An extension of the Paycheck Protection Program, allowing another $284 billionContinue reading “Additional PPP Loans Are Coming”

Accelerate Revenue By Reducing Customer Churn

One of the most important KPI metrics that a startup business can measure is customer churn. Churn is a measurement of the percentage of accounts that cancel or choose not to renew their subscriptions in a given period, typically calculated for businesses with recurring monthly revenue streams such as a SaaS business. A high churn rate can negativelyContinue reading “Accelerate Revenue By Reducing Customer Churn”

Break Down The Silo Between Sales and Operations

When working with clients on their organizational structure, we often see very separated departmental silos. It is a very common mistake, but a very correctable mistake. This post is going to focus on the most common departmental silos, sales and operations. It is common for these same clients to believe that it is the salesContinue reading “Break Down The Silo Between Sales and Operations”