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How to Increase Profits by Developing More Efficient Processes
By definition, the term “waste” is an act or instance of performing or spending carelessly, extravagantly or to no purpose. Despite the negative connotations surrounding waste, many businesses are seeing waste as an opportunity.
Successful businesses are actively engaged in the identification and reduction of waste in processes, says Robert S. Olszewski, a director at Kreischer Miller.
Yes was the typical response to our recent informal survey of companies dealing with compressed marketplace opportunities. While the open ended survey questions were designed to create dialog, business leaders where very specific on their comments about the relentless pressure to lower prices.
Kreischer Miller Survey Finds Optimistic Outlook for Greater Philadelphia Manufacturing Growth, Hiring Plans
Impending Leadership Transition May Be Area of Concern
Kreischer Miller, a leading independent accounting, tax, and business advisory firm serving the Greater Philadelphia area since 1975, today announced that its Manufacturing Industry Group has released the results from its second annual Regional Manufacturing Capability and Outlook Survey. Key areas of the survey included 2014 expectations for the economy, revenue growth, capital investments, and hiring. It also examined trends in supply chain improvements, key operational and production measures, and outsourcing.
High Tech Company Uses State-of-the-Art Tools to Envision Dream Home in Historic Factory Building
Synergis Technologies, LLC is a technology and services company that started doing business in the Quakertown area in 1985. The company has two complementary businesses: Synergis Engineering Design Solutions, one of the nation’s leading Autodesk solutions providers of CAD design software and professional services; and Synergis Software, the developer of Adept engineering document management software for clients such as FedEx Ground, Georgia Pacific, Dow Chemical, General Mills, and the United States Coast Guard.