Secora is big enough to get any job done and small enough to be uncomplicated.
Secora specializes in optimising processes through analytical and practical techniques derived from Six Sigma
Thinking, Design for Six Sigma
best practice and Technology Management
We believe it is important to help clients focus on doing the right things effectively rather than doing wrong things more efficiently. We firstly help clients become operationally effective, only then do we improve efficiency.
Clients choose Secora because our pragmatic, outcome driven approach gets results – very often within a complex and confidential environment that requires perseverance, discretion and sensitivity. Through engaging Secora, clients typically:
Improve Operational Effectiveness
Operational effectiveness is about recognizing value through understanding key outputs and identifying the causal factors that drive them.
All enterprises may have unrealized opportunities to reduce operational waste, save time and cost, and extend capacity of valuable resources.
Efficiency is realized through identification and elimination of waste, and analysis and smoothing of value flow
. Secora uses Secora Lean Implementation Methodology (SLIM)
to achieve immediate and long-term improvements in efficiency.
By reducing variation in process outputs businesses can dramatically improve customer satisfaction and as a result, increase quality and reduce costs.
Quality is improved by taking a business problem and turning it into a mathematical problem. Secora develops mathematical models, creates practical improvement strategies and implements monitoring tools to enable sustained long term improvements. Secora uses the Secora Continuous Improvement Methodology (SCIM)
to increase customer satisfaction.
When developing quality products, services and processes, businesses need to get it right the first time.
Innovation is facilitated by simulation of the product and service delivery system before the actual system is implemented. Secora has developed the Secora Innovation Methodology (SIM)
to help enterprises gain market share by developing novel products and services.
Risk is the probability of error which can be costly, detrimental or disastrous to a business. By dissecting, analysing and developing optimised processes, the probability of error is greatly reduced.
These qualities typically translate into increased profit, reduced cost, business growth, business revitalisation and customer satisfaction.