Dynamic Companies


Dynamic Companies

We know the challenges, we share the ambition

The Dynamic Companies are companies with a high potential in facing multiple challenges and opportunities. Each company is unique, varying in numbers of employees, turnovers, strategies, positioning and tactical approaches. So every business needs a unique and personalised response to your specific situation.

Deloitte has developed a very dynamic segment targeted for this approach: A framework for work based on the best global and local, methodologies and knowledge of industry practices.

The Dynamic Framework is a springboard to leverage assets and resources of this segment.

"Dig the well before you get thirsty"
Chinese proverb

Designing and implementing the growth strategy of the business

  • Design of the business plan
  • Expansion into new businesses and markets
  • Assessment of business and companies
  • Obtaining funding
  • Financial and Tax Incentives

Challenges and opportunities

Need a business plan to present to banks and investors? 

Has your company already reached the maximum of their potential? 

Do you know what business and markets are more attractive for growing your business? 

Do you know the specifics of the tax regime and of the target market you want to reach? 

Do you know how much your company is worth? 

What equates the open capital of your company to new investors? 

Have you already rated possibilities for (re) financing what reduces the cost of its capital? 

Do you feel comfortable with your financial position? 

Are you taking advantage of all tax and financial incentives available?

1.    Innovation and growth

Adjust operational processes to the needs created by the development of business strategy and focusing on efficiency

  • Improvement of manufacturing processes 
  • Optimisation / efficiency of sales force 
  • Optimising the supply chain 
  • Organisational Restructuring 
  • Centralize support functions 
  • Accounting, financial, tax and HR Outsourcing 
  • Outright sale of businesses and companies

Challenges and opportunities

Do you know the efficiencies that Kaizen and Six Sigma methodologies can introduce in its manufacturing operation?

Is their sales team well-equipped to meet and build customer loyalty management tools?

Do you know the needs of your customers? Have you tried to synchronize your supply chain with its suppliers?

Are there obsolete, redundant or ineffective functions that need to be revised?

Do you need to reduce general and administrative costs to free up critical resources for their operations?

Do you need to focus on running your business on the critical aspects of the business and third parties to deliver the management and execution of their non-core functions?

Is considering selling a company or business the same?

2.    Optimisation of Operations

Maximize profitability and generate cash flow for the company

  • Optimisation of working capital 
  • Management and protection of revenue 
  • Programmes to reduce costs 
  • Tax Planning and Optimisation 
  • Debt Restructuring

Challenges and opportunities

Do you know that, at a time when credit is scarce and expensive, the efficient management of working capital becomes a very significant competitive advantage?

Do you know the gains of financial autonomy that better management of working capital can generate?

Do you feel difficulties in reducing payment terms and levels of uncollectible?

Do you know the potential of cross-cutting initiatives costs the company may have on your results?

Does your company pay more taxes than you should?

Does the financial debt of your company does not allow you to grow and / or achieve profitability?

3.    Maximising the Cash flow

Align the mechanisms of human capital management with the needs and priorities of the organisation

  • Performance Evaluation 
  • Training and development 
  • Compensation and benefits 
  • Tax Optimisation salaries

Challenges and opportunities

How can you ensure the alignment of individual goals with the strategy of your company?

What evaluation process is perceived by employees as fair and helpful to their development?

How do you ensure the optimisation of investment in training and development?

Is there a training plan and is it aligned with the needs of the organisation and its development functions?

Are the benefits received valued by the organisation and performance drivers of each employee?

Do you know the alternatives to optimize the taxation of remuneration components?

Do you know that you can pay your employees more by spending less?

4.    Human Capital



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