Consultants advise 1% of organizations in the developed world; 0,01% globally. 100 million managers do not have access to management advice. The market is big enough; the reasons to serve all of these managers are sufficiently pressing.
1. Client satisfaction: PRAIORITIZE will give their clients an unprecedented insight in - and control of - their transformation. 2. Increased revenue per hour: it results in much bigger client invoices in the same amount of hours plus there is an automatic pipeline. 3: Credibility: doing less with post-its and doing more on pattern recognition is a great way to step into the future.
1. Control: the organization has now central access to all the data that used to be roaming around on some junior consultants' laptops. 2. Availability: consultants advise 1% of organizations in the developed world; 0,01% globally. Changes are high such an organization isn't served. 3. Value-for-money: getting a Virtual Consultant next to every manager and employee for just a couple of euro's is a price range flesh-&-blood consultants will be able to match.
Definitely not! Consultancy firms are among are most-respected clients. But we do feel that consultants have great knowledge to offer but the way they pack that knowledge is horrible. In fact, the tools of the core advisory process are post-its, markers, flipcharts, and slide decks. Nothing real time. Nothing online. Nothing interactive. It's time that's going to change.
Yes, we're convinced we can serve a large part of organizations for sure. Assume a small firm with a management team of only five people. They can address ten (!) business issues including smart improvement targets and personalized advice for €500,- per issue. And it's not unlikely prices will drop further in the coming years.