You can have "100% TOTAL CONFIDENCE" in your
new management engine by conducting a
Needs Analysis & Workflow Audit (NAWA).
Selecting a new financial and workflow management engine is a daunting task, let alone within a building and construction organisation where many stakeholders have varied and sometimes conflicting requirements. In order for your business to be 100% effective and profitable, your "construction and building management engine" needs to control and track your mode of operations, streamline your business processes and make your organisation more productive, effective and successful in the short and long term.
Defining your workflow needs.
No two businesses are the same. Almost every business is unique in its business processes and workflow requirements. Slight variables in processes can have a dramatic impact on whether a management solution is right or wrong for your business. The NAWA defines your business model and will consider your needs with respect to:
With many vendors pitching different products, features and technologies, the possibility of you, or your prospective vendor, making an incorrect judgment or simple oversight can be high. A NAWA documents the business engine requirements in a workflow oriented format. It can then be used by your potential vendors in addressing and designing a potential management engine for you. The vendor can then clearly establish the system components they can address, the work around's and software development that is needed and possibly any more serious implications that would result in you not buying from them because they cannot address your needs. Your risk is practically eliminated once a NAWA has been completed for your business.
Why should Synergy should write the NAWA for you?
For over twenty years,our professional team have developed a wealth of experience and knowledge specifically in the disciplines of corporate & cost accounting, construction, project management,estimating,procurement and field service. Our customers are exclusively in the construction, building and trades industry. The Synergy team are a combination of certified project managers, quantity surveyors, accountants and IT professionals focused on one goal, “supplying clients with the knowledge and correct systems to maximise their business productivity and success”. Who better to analyse your business than professionals that deal exclusively with your industry day in day out.
Eliminate your risk by conducting a NAWA today.
The NAWA will clearly identify and document the current workflow and information requirements of your business, therefore defining your business model. It’s the methodology used and the flow of information throughout your varying divisions internally and externally with onsite personnel and external parties such as sub contractors, suppliers and others. A NAWA eliminates your risk in selecting a new management engine, providing critical facts and insight into your business processes that could otherwise be easily missed.
It’s easy to have 100% confidence in your decision.
Synergy will supply a NAWA for $3000 ex gst. Based on two days investigation and one day report development Synergy will create a NAWA for your business. This price can vary slightly depending on the size and complexity of your operations, however three days tends to fit the needs of most construction and property management organisations.
To commence the process simply send an email or give us a call. We will then cover any other questions you may have and arrange a deposit invoice of 50% to be sent to you. We can then organise a date to start and complete the investigation. After completing the investigation and presenting you the NAWA you simply pay the balance.
The NAWA is a great first step in creating change within your organisation.
A NAWA is a fantastic opportunity to create excitement and involvement in the process of change among all those involved. A NAWA can also be great for:
defining and selling requirements to internal parties.
use as a training resource for employees, summarising the processes and procedures of the organisation as a whole.
a source document in extending operations into additional locations.
establishing workflow bottle necks, cost leakages and possible lost revenue opportunities in the organisation.