Company Aims to Provide Business Planners Intuitive, Powerful Tools That Provide Rapid Insight Without Unnecessary Complexity and Expense
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – (November 10, 2014) – The Center for Business Modeling (CBM) today announced the release of SWOT & Business Health Monitoring Pro, a competitive planning tool designed to quickly help business leaders gain actionable insight into strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
The tool is the first of its kind to include a business health monitoring feature that helps planners better evaluate their position and maximize the accuracy of their SWOT exercise. Using SWOT & Business Health Monitoring Pro, business planners can quickly clarify their competitive position, pinpoint strengths and weaknesses, and draw up a plan for action.
“Too many business planning tools are cumbersome, expensive or just plain overkill,” said Michael James Smyth, CBM’s Chief Operating Officer. “What business planners want is an intuitive path from problem to insight to action, not to spend their weekends wrestling with spreadsheets. SWOT & Business Health Monitoring Pro gives them the right balance of power and complexity without eating up time and budget.”
SWOT & Business Health Pro comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
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 www.centerforbusinessmodeling.com.