Once a strategic plan has been envisioned, it is important to incorporate all of the fundamental changes into a financial model in order to fully understand what it will take to get from Point A to Point B. A proper financial model clearly lays out all the key initiatives and assumptions as well as the timing of those assumptions. Ultimately, a well-constructed financial model creates a fiscal road map for the management team, as well as other key stakeholders, to measure progress.

Our experienced consultants at Silverman Consulting have utilized this tool to assist hundreds of companies as they navigate their way back to improved profitability. This tool is used to bridge past performance to future expectations in a clear and concise manner which allows companies to adjust their strategic planning process as they move forward. Furthermore, with the incorporation of transition costs and full balance sheet roll-forward assumptions, the model can give stakeholders a clear understanding of the liquidity needed to be successful. 

Many clients who have worked with Silverman Consulting still use this tool well after they have successfully navigated through their financial or profitability issues. We are told time and again that the financial tools and financial discipline that we brought to their organization continues to be used today.