Toronto, Canada, December 11, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- DJP Management Inc. introduces Biznovations, an on-demand consulting service that helps business owners increase sales and reenergize their businesses.
Specializing in small and medium sized companies, Biznovations focuses on sales performance, marketing effectiveness, and business planning and execution. Biznovations combines innovative solutions along with industry best practices to bring sustainable growth to an organization.
“The problem of poor sales performance is multi-dimensional,” says Dan Pelletier, President of DJP Management Inc. “Many business leaders fail to apply strategic thinking when developing their goals choosing instead to go solely with their gut instincts. The problem is compounded when they fail to commit their planning to written and executable business plans.”
Pelletier cites the top five indicators why businesses need to reenergize themselves: (1) sales revenues are flat or falling; (2) declining market share; (3) a growing need for price discounting or freebies; (4) increasing expenses and shrinking margins; and (5) tired or out of date product/service offerings.
“Our service is scalable to match each client’s specific needs,” Pelletier says. “First we analyze key business indicators, review marketing initiatives, and evaluate existing sales processes. Next we combine industry best practices with selected tools and processes from the new selling world of Sales 2.0. We utilize our client’s staff and resources as much as possible to ensure knowledge transfer and long term retention of new processes. ”
For additional information or to receive the Biznovations information brochure contact Dan Pelletier at 416-471-9738 or through the company website at www.biznovations.ca.
About DJP Management Inc.
A management consulting firm offering targeted services: Biznovations helps small- and medium-sized businesses achieve market growth and increased sales revenue; Executives On Demand provides skilled Interim Managers and Contract Executives for temporary assignments.