COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (PRWEB) July 14, 2014
The Center for Business Modeling (CBM), a new venture aimed at helping executives and entrepreneurs save time and develop more accurate plans for critical functions such as revenue, sales and finance, announced its launch today.
Business leaders in sales, marketing, finance, operations and beyond are all accountable to their teams for crafting on-strategy plans that set accurate goals and provide insight into business performance and health. From line-of-business initiatives to startups, CBM provides cloud-based tools that standardize the approach to business planning.
The CBM website launches with a collection of free business planning resources:
Several more free offerings will be available to those who register on the CBM homepage. Future offerings from CBM will include cloud-based planning tools and a business modeling community, where users can share best practices and help themselves mitigate planning risk, measure against industry baselines and build defensible, realistic plans that are easy to develop and present.
“Good planning—and presenting that plan to others—is a critical component to success, but there’s just too much time and brain damage involved in generating plans today,” said Michael James Smyth, CBM’s Chief Operating Officer. “What we offer business planners is the ability to easily crystallize strategy, track progress and hit their targets, while also getting a few of their evenings and weekends back.”
About The Center for Business Modeling
The Center for Business Modeling was founded by a team of seasoned business professionals whose experience encompasses all aspects of business creation, operations and finance. Our team has experience ranging from small entrepreneurial ventures to multi-billion dollar international corporations. CBM principals have been responsible for launching ventures, fundraising, marketing, sales and running large, successful organizations. Over the years, CBM professionals have seen businesses repeat the same mistakes, including failure to capitalize on their core competencies and failure to plan correctly. Our team is now dedicated to helping companies reach their maximum potential through effective business modeling. Find out more at http://www.centerforbusinessmodeling.com.