Operational Assessment

An Operational Assessment is an efficient way to identify your company's strengths and weaknesses through a comprehensive review of your operations. The assessment gathers information about many different areas and aspects of your company, and then pinpoints areas for improvement and opportunities to capitalize on. Most important, the assessment allows you to "see the big picture" and then put priorities in perspective. With an Operational Assessment, you use time and money cost-effectively as you plan for and implement changes in your company. TDO is committed to assisting local companies with business growth, innovation and industrial effectiveness strategies. We can help you develop long-term, profitable solutions.

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QuickView is a simple, but effective, assessment tool helping small and medium-sized manufacturing companies better understand the problems and opportunities confronting their operations. Responses to the questionnaire are plugged into a database comparing them to more than 3600 other manufacturing companies' standards. The company's performance profile is also compared to companies within that specific SIC classification. The report helps identify those operational areas that may be impeding the company's growth and competitiveness.

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