Business Optimizer is a two-fold, comprehensive software and methodology, that properly assesses the organization against World Class standards while simultaneously building the improvement plan needed to drive business excellence.

Business Optimizer’s industry-specific assessments identify opportunities throughout the organization’s business foundation, people, processes, and production facilities and then supplies the improvement actions needed to realize those opportunities. Each opportunity and action is mapped to risks, consequences, and benefits in order to produce the implementation plan suited to the organization’s business objectives.

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Identify opportunities across your organization with over 30 areas of performance evaluation encompassing your business foundation, people, processes, and production

  • Produce accurate benchmarks and reliable improvement plans with criteria and questions mapped to published Best In Class standards
  • Identifies risks and associated consequences throughout the organization
  • Transparency and accountability enables alignment of goals and objectives to different organizational elements, driving cultural engagement and change
  • Built-in proven methodology for continuous re-evaluation and improvement
  • Tools you need to be your own consultant



The starting point for organizations to customize their business evaluation. Access best practice assessment questions used across your industry to drive World Class performance.

See how those questions are mapped to globally-recognized, published standards. Measure your site against others in your organization or across the industry.


Your report is your data collection tool, providing intuitive controls and instant readouts on progression and completion. Drill through measures, criteria, questions, and actions with minimal clicks.

This interface provides transparency and alignment throughout the organization. No more questions or uncertainties about criteria or evaluations, you possess the knowledge.


Assessment criteria and elements identify improvement actions as well as risks and potential consequences associated with each. These are categorized so organizations can finalize their implementation plan; effectively designing their project with quick wins, short term goals, long term impact, and sustainability actions.

These align assessment tasks and accountability to tangible business objectives, individual goals, and corporate goals. This knowledge and methodology enable organizations to be their own consultants, continually returning to the tool and data to re-evaluate and improve.

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