Combining Companies

With Technology And Better Processes
Client Case Study

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As you combine companies under one, your goal is to increase the value of your investment. A unified technology system has proven to increase margins, decrease costs, and improve customer satisfaction. To achieve success in business unification processes, people and systems all need to be working under a single direction.

Technology needs to be weighted the same as the rest of the business assets.

The EstesGroup has a proven track record

of providing a concise technology strategy to achieve investment goals.
Servers, network and all of your client devices including mobile technology so you don’t have to worry about your technology and know that you can focus on serving your customers and growing your business.

Roll Up Success Story

One group we helped achieve a more efficient tech strategy was stuck in the middle of an ERP implementation.

They were introducing inefficiencies by not having us develop their business process.

Internally it was determined that their team did not have the expertise on staff in order to accomplish that goal so the EstesGroup stepped in and took over the supply chain and distribution management to tear down and rebuilt their business and system processes with the goal of handing back a world class organization that is sustainable and efficient.

Our Solution

Our goal is to allow you to focus on growing to your future goals set forth upon purchase of these companies. Our program is designed to deliver results quickly by hitting the four key areas for business change to be successful:

  1. Business Process Consolidation
  2. Business Systems Consolidation
  3. Organizational Change Management  
  4. Personnel Structure

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