The scope of activity of service enterprises is quite broad and varied in each sectoral classification (Accommodation and Catering; Information and Communication; Professional, Scientific and Technical; Rental, Travel Agencies, Business Support; Health and Social Assistance; Artistic, Sporting, Entertainment and Amusement;…), but they all have different characteristics, structure and organisation from enterprises engaged in production activities.
Service enterprises are necessarily characterised by:
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The digitalization needs of service companies are needs that are often common to other industrial sectors which, due to BGP’s experience, is able to characterize with high specificity by intervening on the processes and management tools of the company along some fundamental operational guidelines:
On the one hand, the sharing of corporate objectives by all hierarchical levels with reference to the need for absolute quality of the services provided which is the foundation for the success
of the organization. On the other hand, the involvement of all company resources in the corporate mission to generate motivation,
consensus, and compliance with the established standards. In addition, the reduction of activities with lower added value to increase the quantity and quality of the time dedicated to analyzes and evaluations for decisions.
Choose the adoption of effective processes and systems for monitoring Trade Credit, the real strategic factor in ensuring cash flows and reducing outstanding receivables. A service designed for customers with exposure: intercept any possible risk and promptly activate interventions to protect credit and possible losses.
Learn how to help your organization deliver the appropriate visibility and plan of action for a proactive risk management approach. Mitigating a risk in its negative sense means not only protecting capital, but also those assets that are extremely strategic to the company itself.