Cash Management for Job Shops WEBINAR REPLAY
Science of Business is proud to offer a FREE Cash Management Webinar and free follow up consulting to manufacturers during this Coronavirus / Covid-19 Crisis.
“A company can operate at a Net Loss almost indefinitely and still survive if it has enough cash. But even a profitable company may not survive a cash crunch.”
“When cash is not a constraint it does not matter, when it is a constraint it’s the ONLY thing that matters.”
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This webinar is designed specifically for helping job shops better manage their cash flow in difficult and uncertain times. It provides in simple, clear language how a shop owner can effectively evaluate their shop’s cash flow and alternative courses of action, using the concepts of Throughput Accounting and the Thirteen Week Cash Flow Model (TWCF). This is a unique, simpler take on the TWCF.
The webinar has been designed such that shop owners can walk away feeling comfortable using the tools and techniques presented. Shop owners, CEOs, general managers, CFOs, and controllers should plan to attend.
This webinar will illustrate how financial projections using Throughput Accounting can be quickly and easily built using past financials and a company’s backlog. From there, attendees will be shown how to convert financial projections into cash flows on the TWCF.
Finally, attendees will learn how to use the TWCF to evaluate alternatives and understand the impact on their shop’s cash flow.
At the end of the webinar, attendees will be given the opportunity to request help applying the concepts from the webinar to their shop. This help is free, with no obligation and confidential. It’s a one-on-one financial health and cash management checkup for YOUR shop.
Dr Lisa Lang – https://www.velocityschedulingsystem.com/#drlisa
Brad Stillahn – https://jobshoppricing.com/about/#brad
Beau Ganas – https://jobshoppricing.com/about/#beau
Meet the Brad Stillahn and Beau Ganas
Beau is a traditionally trained accountant who discovered through experience that typical accounting practices are misleading companies and hindering success. He now helps companies transition to throughput based systems and metrics...