The Quick Value Tool is a highly innovative and proprietary methodology developed by Bill May, President of High Value Manufacturing Consulting.
HVMC has successfully helped countless manufacturing companies to develop highly focused plans to address their most urgent performance needs.
Carefully designed to help you assess current manufacturing issues, plan for future needs, and provide concrete recommendations, the Quick Value Tool is the successful culmination of years of research, along with on-site manufacturing and consulting experience.
The Quick Value Tool provides a wide-angle, bird’s-eye view of your facility and its operations, exposing otherwise undetectable inefficiencies where they exist.
From that broad perspective, the Quick Value Tool allows us to zero in on a specific, clearly identified-and-understood problem that, when resolved, will quickly create momentum, yielding net improvement, maximum value, and bottom-line results.
FREE IN-PERSON CONSULTATION
HVMC President Bill May, developer of the Quick Value Tool, will meet with you for a free, in-person consultation. May will outline the 15 essential benchmarks that measure your company’s performance against the nation’s most successful manufacturers, answering any questions you might have about the Quick Value Tool and how it can rapidly improve your bottom-line results.
After the Quick Value Tool is purchased, May will once again meet with you to help you fill out a questionnaire providing detailed information to assess how well your company is performing across a variety of metrics. Armed with that research, the Quick Value Tool focuses in on the improvements that will produce those rapid bottom-line results.
If your facility is like most, you’re juggling several of the following issues on a daily basis, and it’s costing you money.
While the past two decades saw a notable downturn in small- to medium-sized manufacturing, the next 3-5 years promise a substantial uptick for US manufacturing companies, with the confluence of three megatrends.
Shortage of technical and managerial resources - Manufacturing has been shrinking for 20 years.
Transition of baby-boomer ownership - Companies changing hands as baby boomers age
North American manufacturing growth - The convergence of these first two megatrends has left a void, with small- to-medium-sized manufacturers losing talent to larger firms, creating an industry-wide shortage of needed skill sets and expertise. With the manufacturing economy reviving itself steadily since 2009, companies need the right strategy to prepare and benefit from this continued economic growth.
Those companies that are positioned to understand and take advantage of these megatrends will find endless opportunities.
THE QUICK VALUE TOOL puts you and your company clearly on the path to successfully navigating and taking full advantage of this rapidly changing manufacturing scenario.