SSB offers solutions that are tailored to your specific industry’s needs. We listen carefully when you talk—and remember what you tell us when we plan for your business. The result is a solution that fits—and works.
Today’s manufacturer faces many unique and difficult challenges: how to finance inventory and receivables, control inventory cost and quantities, schedule production, determine and control production costs, allocate overhead, develop pricing strategies and more.
The industry is extremely capital-intensive and requires the owners to have good working relationships with financing sources, to be innovative and receptive to new manufacturing techniques and to have a thorough grasp of cost accounting principles. Recent changes in tax laws have also had a significant impact on manufacturers.
The construction industry is unique and challenging. The rewards can be great; the failures, devastating. As a result, the contractor must constantly be alert to changing conditions. The construction industry requires considerable short-term and long-range planning—not only for the actual construction process, but also in meeting the company’s goals for bonding, adequate bank financing and taxes. Effective interplay between these areas will help enhance your profitability.
The focal point of your health care practice centers on patient care, but the complexities of managing your practice continue to expand with ever-increasing government and third-party regulations and changes. Whether you are in an individual practice, a group practice or an employment arrangement, you must have access to sound information in order to make wise business and personal decisions.
You may not have the time, energy or expertise needed to confront the issues facing your practice each day. SSB’s team of professionals with specialized knowledge in health care can help you develop and implement effective solutions to those issues. We are what you need—reliable, available, timely and competent.
“Too little inventory leaves your company unable to serve its customers—too much inventory can eat away your company’s profits.”
Inventory is the focal point of any distribution/wholesale business. Too little inventory leaves your company unable to serve its customers—too much inventory can eat away your company’s profits.
“Rising fuel prices, driver turnover, increased liability risks, increased borrowing costs….issues that face both family-owned businesses and multimillion dollar operations.”
In today’s economic environment, there are many factors that impact the profitability of the trucking industry. Rising fuel prices, driver turnover, increased liability risks, increased borrowing costs—just a few of the complex issues that face both family-owned businesses and multimillion dollar operations. Sound advice and strategic planning are essential to achieve profitability.
Prior to drilling the first exploration hole continuing through to the development, mining and reclamation phases, companies operating in the mining industry must plan and implement significant strategies. Important considerations in the industry include improving safety, complying with state and federal environmental regulations and managing uneven cash flows resulting from seasonal demand, economic cycles and price volatility.
Craft brewing continues to grow and today’s brewers face unique and difficult challenges that include inventory control, research and development, overhead allocation and developing pricing strategies.
The industry requires owners to have good working relationships with financing sources, to be innovative and reception to new brewing techniques and have a thorough grasp of cost accounting principles.