the amount the analysis netted in each of the years that he
was in charge of the analysis; while at the same time our payback
% remained the same. Jose always followed our analysis guidelines
and did a very good job negotiating paybacks to vendors." Read more
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On a per-share basis, the Atlanta-based company said it had profit of $1.52. Earnings, adjusted for pretax expenses, were $1.69 per share.
As a financial
officer, one of your primary focuses is to increase cash flows
for your company. Yet, you know that not all cash flow increases
are simply the result of increasing your gross margins or decreasing
expenses. In fact, profits and cash flows are actually lost
in the processing of daily business transactions. Your people,
processes and systems are efficient in collecting over 99.9%
of the cash due to your company… our business is to identify
and recover those small fractions of a dollar that would otherwise
be lost forever. On average, for each billion dollars in revenues,
you can expect to recover a minimum of $1 Million (i.e., .1%)
in profits that will be added directly to your bottom line.
management and reporting services extend above and beyond analysis
recovery and can include the various areas within your daily
operating systems. In many cases, the identification of system
improvements that are revealed during the analysis is more valuable
than the dollars recovered. This, combined with the competitive
marketplace that your business operates in daily, makes ‘Recovery
analysis’ an essential ‘Best Business Practice’.
The GALOSI team consists of experienced analysisors and IT professionals,
each in the analysis industry for 10 years or more. With this experience,
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Our client base includes companies in the retail, grocery, distribution
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companies, U.S. companies with operations in Mexico and large Mexican
companies with sales exceeding $10 billion. Our track record as
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and CompUSA (since 2003) is proof that, given the opportunity,
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results we deliver.
I look forward to the opportunity of visiting with you personally
and exploring the possibility of becoming one of your service partners.