Operational effectiveness

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In today’s global economy, there is always pressure on businesses to run as efficiently and profitably as possible.

EY can work with you to take cost out of your value chain and improve the processes that support it – in a way that drives long-term and significant savings. First we evaluate your entire cost base, examine working capital and revenue optimisation practices.

Then we assess your core processes, your current risks and the controls you have in place, as well as the way key programs are being managed.

We then work with you to execute any necessary changes.

By taking this approach to reducing costs and improving performance, you can achieve significant benefits throughout your organisation – both now and in the future.

For more information, visit our Advisory pages.



What’s the future of Risk, Control and Compliance?

Centralized operating models represent an opportunity to manage risk more effectively and drive down cost. Have you kept pace with the rest of your business?

Business pulse: top 10 risks and opportunities

Globalisation and lingering effects of the financial crisis have intensified the competitive landscape. How can you mitigate risks and maximise opportunities?

Maximising value from your lines of defense

Many companies have a renewed focus on effective risk management. We present a pragmatic approach to establishing and optimising your lines of defense (LOD) model.

Matching Internal Audit talent to business needs

Corporate leaders are demanding that IA improve visibility, become strategic advisors and deliver lasting value. Our 2013 Global Internal Audit survey explains this shifting mandate.

Smart Control: reducing cost, enabling growth and keeping the business safe

Balancing value, cost and risk in processes and controls helps create a competitive advantage. Becoming streamlined helps you anticipate and respond to changes.

Five things - Getting the basics right in procurement

What are the five things you should expect from your procurement function to improve efficiency and effectiveness? Find out here (pdf, 1.1mb).