Strategies are growth oriented plans & ideas which help any organization to grow and improve thereturn on their investments. We help you optimize business processes for maximum efficiency in the following different levels:


A. Portfolio Management Strategy: Portfolio management strategy aligns a company’s investments, people, and programs with its overall strategic objectives and integrates business strategy with operational performance to synchronize resources, strategies, and schedules.


B. M&A Strategy – Mergers and acquisitions help companies succeed and deliver superior returns by developing a repeatable model that is tied to the company’s strategy and customized to its experience.


C. PE Strategy – Private equity is an asset class consisting of equity securities and debt in operating companies that are not publicly traded on a stock exchange.


D. New entity entry strategy – By implementing this strategy, opportunities are explored in new product lines or previously untapped markets.


E. Infrastructure Strategy – Despite the pervasiveness of technology, many companies still relegate IT infrastructure to a back-office function.



How you define your business strategy will determine the direction of your business and what it will look like in the future.

A. Stability Strategy :  A stability strategy is implemented as a long term corporate level strategy, which means it is a strategy formed that determines the overall scope and direction of the corporation as a whole, and the way in which its various business operation work together to achieve particular goals.

B. Expansion Strategy : The Expansion Strategy is adopted by an organization when it attempts to achieve a high growth as compared to its past achievements.

C. Retrenchment Strategy : This strategy is often used in order to cut expenses with the goal of becoming a more financial stable business. Typically the strategy involves withdrawing from certain markets or the discontinuation of selling certain products or service in order to make a beneficial turnaround.

D. Combination Strategy : It is the combination of stability, growth & retrenchment strategies adopted by an organisation, either at the same time in its different businesses, or at different times in the same business with the aim of improving its performance.


A.   R&D Strategy :  An R&D strategy is defined a coherent set of interrelated choices across decision concerning: organizational architecture, processes, people, and project portfolios.

B. HR Strategy : Human resources planning identify current and future needs for an organization to achieve its goals.

C. Finance Strategy : A financing strategy sets out how the organization plans to finance its overall operations to meet its objectives now and in the future.

D. Marketing Strategy : Marketing strategy has the fundamental goal of increasing sales and achieving a sustainable competitive advantage.

E. Logistics & SCM Strategy : Logistics Strategy is the science of evaluating the most cost effective methodology of distributing goods to market while achieving service level objectives.

F. Production Strategy : The primary mission of production strategies is planning the production schedule within budgetary limitations and time constraints.

G. Sales Strategy : A sales strategy consists of a plan that positions a company’s brand or product to gain a competitive advantage.

H. Customer Service strategy :  An effective customer care strategy is essential to the growth of your business.

 I. Public Relations Strategy : In the past, public relations have revolved around pushing a message out to a targeted audience to build awareness and drive sales.