Brooks believes improvements in new products and services, market share, sales, efficiency, utilization, productivity, quality, customer and employee satisfaction, and strategy are of minimal value if they do not result in improved profitability and earnings.
For over fifty years, we have produced with our clients, bottom-line financial performance improvements that have resulted in higher levels of income and earnings.
Our approach integrates and links long term demand and new- business planning with business acquisition and customer fulfillment to financial assets. The focus is on coordinating long-term business expectations and requirements with short-term planning and execution capabilities aligned with the motivators of performance attainment.
Our clients typically experience 10-20 percent improvements in operating income and EBITDA within twelve months of commencement through impacts to sales, revenue, margin, share, unit cost, working capital and cash flow.