Get a grip on your business.
Do you have a crystal-clear, real-time understanding of your business numbers? Can you articulate where money is coming from, where it’s going, and what’s on the horizon?
If you said no to any of these questions, then you already know that you are flying a bit blind. And that’s stressful.
The answer is simple: you need a business scorecard.
But not the kind of scorecard that gets created and then forgotten. The magic of a functioning business scorecard is that you always have a pulse on the business, and can adjust to inevitable challenges. It gives you an objective look at the business, gathers a data set to help you make better-informed decisions and provides visibility on a weekly basis.
If you’re like many business owners, you have neglected this operation. But don’t worry, you can implement a simple and effective scorecard in no time, and we will show you how!
What we cover
- Why use a scorecard (hint, it’s about insight to revenues and profits)
- How to determine the appropriate scorecard for your business
- How to build your scorecard
- How to use your scorecard to make decisions affecting your bottom line
- Why it needs to be actionable
You need a scorecard for a healthy business (and peace of mind).
Learn how to pull and review the right data for your business needs, and give yourself the opportunity to course-correct before it’s too late.
Eric Newell, President
Eric Newell is the President and Founder of Stoneridge Software, a Microsoft Partner organization. In the three-and-a-half years since founding the company, he has led Stoneridge Software through explosive growth in team members, customers, services and product offerings. As a Dynamics ERP Gold partner, the company has accomplished many challenging and successful software implementations during this time.
With a combined passion for technology and business excellence, Eric has taken on many internal initiatives to grow in operational excellence as a professional services consulting firm. This pursuit has benefited in being able to pass on best practices to clients and has resulted in many awards, such as ChamberChoice Entrepreneur of the Year, Accounting Today’s Top 100 VARs, Bob Scott’s Insights Top 100 VARs and VAR Stars, SPI Research’s Best-of-the-Best Professional Consulting Firms and numerous Best Place to Work Awards.
Prior to founding Stoneridge Software, Eric spent 13 years at Microsoft and Great Plains Software where highlights include earning his Microsoft Certified System Engineer, architecting a global Dynamics CRM implementation and leading the Premier Field Engineering practice for Dynamics AX across North America.
Eric is a frequent speaker on business technology. One of his favorite things to talk about is the company’s scorecard and how the use of a scorecard can make a difference in operations at any business.
Build a Business Scorecard webinar
Who should watch it?
Business Owners, Leadership, CEOs, CFOs, Controllers
Your tools for success.
Register below for access to the following items:
- Webinar recording and materials
- Document of possible scorecard metrics for your business
- Links to helpful scorecard resources
- Exclusive access to a follow-up Build A Scorecard Workshop, which will include:
- Look behind the curtains on building a scorecard
- Review Power BI tools that drive the Stoneridge scorecard
- Q & A
- Learn from other business owners
Stoneridge Software is a unique Microsoft Gold Partner, with emphasis on partner. With specialties in Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics CRM, we focus on attracting the most knowledgeable experts in the field to our team, and prioritize delivering stellar solutions with maximum impact for your business. At Stoneridge, we are deeply committed to your results. Each engagement is met with a dedicated team, ready to provide thorough, tailored, and expert service. Based in Minnesota, we intentionally “step into your shoes,” wherever you are. We focus on what you care about, and develop trusting, long-term relationships with our clients.