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In addition to hundreds of
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Business plan tools, including spreadsheets and
templates and systems.
Fraud Detection System.
glossary and guide.
for most Microsoft Office applications.
Suite of online calculators.
Do-it-yourself business analysis
Library of over 150 common business templates.
100s of downloads of business spreadsheets.
Product Instructions Manual.
Micro Charting analysis system.
CEO business analysis system.
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Shortage of Independent Consultants:
There is an enormous need for independent business consultants.
Couple this need with the predicted boom in business formations
in expanding economies, we have the recipe for a consultancy
Our authors decided something had to be done to
profession be more alluring, efficient, and productive. A complete
business analysis toolset to quickly analyze and assess a
business is needed. Additionally, management in the forthcoming
expansion need an internal analysis system to track their
operations and avoid galloping expenses.
We chose the monumental task of upgrading and integrating our
most powerful analysis modules into one single product. To no
one’s surprise, we named it The Consultant II™. It is the
comprehensive rebirth of this exclusive JaxWorks classic
product. Check It Out
Reasons Organizations Hire Consultants:
1. A consultant may be hired
because of his or her expertise. This is where it pays
to not only be really good in the field you have chosen
to consult in, but to have some type of track record
that speaks for itself.
2. A consultant may be hired to identify problems.
Sometimes employees are too close to a problem inside an
organization to identify it. That's when a consultant
rides in on his or her white horse to save the day.
3. A consultant may be hired to supplement the staff.
Sometimes a business discovers that it can save
thousands of dollars a week by hiring consultants when
they are needed, rather than hiring full-time employees.
4. A consultant may be hired to act as a catalyst. Let's
face it. No one likes change, especially corporate
America. But sometimes change is needed, and a
consultant may be brought in to "get the ball rolling."
5. A consultant may be hired to provide much-needed
objectivity. Who else is more qualified to identify a
problem than a consultant? A good consultant provides an
objective, fresh viewpoint-- without worrying about what
people in the organization might think about the results
and how they were achieved.
6. A consultant may be hired to teach. These days if you
are a computer consultant who can show employees how to
master a new program, then your telephone probably
hasn't stopped ringing for a while. A consultant may be
asked to teach employees any number of different skills.
However, a consultant must be willing to keep up with
new discoveries in their field of expertise--and be
ready to teach new clients what they need to stay
7. A consultant may be hired to do the "dirty work."
Let's face it: No one wants to be the person who has to
make cuts in the staff or to eliminate an entire
8. A consultant may be hired to bring new life to an
organization. If you are good at coming up with new
ideas that work, then you won't have any trouble finding
clients. At one time or another, most businesses need
someone to administer "first aid" to get things rolling
9. A consultant may be hired to create a new business.
There are consultants who have become experts in this
field. Not everyone, though, has the ability to conceive
an idea and develop a game plan.
10. A consultant may be hired to influence other people.
Do you like to hang out with the rich and famous in your
town? If so, you may be hired to do a consulting job
simply based on who you know. Although most consultants
in this field are working as lobbyists, there has been
an increase in the number of people entering the
entertainment consulting business.
20 Consulting Businesses Thriving Today:
Although you can be a
consultant in just about any field these days, the
current top 20 consulting businesses include:
1. Accounting: Accounting is something that every
business needs, no matter how large or small. Accounting
consultants can help a business with all of its
2. Advertising: This type of consultant is normally
hired by a business to develop a good strategic
3. Auditing: From consultants who audit utility bills
for small businesses to consultants who handle major
work for telecommunications firms, auditing consultants
are enjoying the fruits of their labor.
4. Business: Know how to help a business turn a profit?
If you have a good business sense, then you'll do well
as a business consultant. After computer consulting,
people in this field are the
next most sought after.
5. Business writing: Everyone knows that most
businesspeople have trouble when it comes to writing a
report--or even a simple memo. Enter the business
writing consultant, and everyone is happy!
6. Career counseling: With more and more people finding
themselves victims of a corporate downsizing, career
counselors will always be in demand. Career counselors
guide their clients into a profession or job that will
help them be both happy and productive as an employee.
7. Communications: Communications consultants specialize
in helping employees in both large and small businesses
better communicate with each other, which ultimately
makes the business more efficient and operate smoothly.
8. Computer consulting: From software to hardware, and
everything in between, if you know computers, your
biggest problem will be not having enough hours in the
day to meet your clients' demands!
9. Editorial services: From producing newsletters to
corporate annual reports, consultants who are experts in
the editorial field will always be appreciated.
10. Executive search/headhunter firms: While this is not
for everyone, there are people who enjoy finding talent
11. Gardening: In the past decade the demand for
gardening consultants has blossomed (pun intended) into
a $1 million-a-year business. Not only are businesses
hiring gardening consultants; so are people who are too
busy to take care of their gardens at home.
12. Grantsmanship: Once you learn how to write a grant
proposal, you can name your price.
13. Human resources: As long as businesses have people
problems (and they always will), consultants in this
field will enjoy a never-ending supply of corporate
clients, both large and small. (People-problem
prevention programs could include teaching employees to
get along with others, respect and even violence
prevention in the workplace.)
14. Insurance: Everyone needs insurance, and everyone
needs an insurance consultant to help them find the best
plan and pricing for them.
15. Marketing: Can you help a business write a marketing
plan? Or do you have ideas that you feel will help
promote a business? If so, why not try your hand as a
16. Payroll management: Everyone needs to get paid. By
using your knowledge and expertise in payroll
management, you can provide this service to many
businesses, both large and small.
17. Public relations: Getting good press coverage for
any organization is a real art. When an organization
finds a good PR consultant, they hang on to them for
18. Publishing: If you're interested in the publishing
field, then learn everything you can and you, too, can
be a publishing consultant. A publishing consultant
usually helps new ventures when they are ready to launch
a new newspaper, magazine, newsletter--and even websites
and electronic newsletters.
19. Taxes: With the right marketing and business plan
(and a sincere interest in taxes), your career as a tax
consultant can be very lucrative. A tax consultant
advises businesses on the legal methods to pay the least
amount of tax possible.
20. Writing services: Anything related to the written
word will always be in demand. Find your specialty in
the writing field, and the sky will be the limit!
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