About The Powers Process
Our Value Proposition:
We seek the right relationship up front by joining together in an open dialog to identify areas
of opportunities and concerns to strengthen the capabilities of your company, enhance your business culture...in essence...to fundamentally add real value and clarity to YOUR bottom line.
Our Ideal Client:
Our ideal client is an all around fit. The relationship is demonstrated through mutual respect and by people who enjoy the gratification of working with each other.
Common threads amongst our client companies include their tendency to be entrepreneurial, private, and often family-held. They are small to medium in size, employing up to 2,500, with revenues from approximately $1-200 million. Many have international capabilities, as we do.
One of the most important denominators is that the principal(s) supports our activities, contributes leadership and direction, and appreciates knowing the progress. Communication is honest and open. Trusted relationships are engendered
and cemented by accountability, delivery on promises, and consistent and excellent service.
Our Power and Expertise:
We have developed scorecards that in 15 minutes can help identify whether or not there is reason for us to move forward and explore a business relationship. Are you interested in the possibility of "found money"?
In the workers' compensation arena, The Powers Process can put money back in your pocket, where it belongs. For example, it's been reported that the majority of WorkComp Experience Mods are either mismanaged or miscalculated causing overcharges to you.
Beating up health carriers at renewal does not save you money—healthy employees do. Let us work to show you how. For example, do you have a Health Screening Program?
We care about your home and family. For example, we know of some insurance companies that have "forced settlement clauses" that take away the replacement cost provision on your homeowners insurance. Allow us to assess your current program and make sure you are aware of all the fine print.