LathithaBDS is a diversified and wholly black owned and black controlled Consulting and Business Development firm.
While LathithaBDS’s Customer Solutions are diverse – incorporating Strategic Planning, Market Growth, Financial Management and Transformation, Operations Redesign, Outsourcing & Integration Strategies and Enterprise Development– they all form part of our fully Integrated Customer Solutions(ICS).
As the global economic downturn shows signs of abating and markets begin to recover, leading companies and SMME’s alike are shifting their attention from cost containment to growth. However, experience tells us that sustained growth is hard to achieve even in the best of times. Today, given the effects of the economic downturn, growth for most Enterprises is likely to be that much more difficult – and we know that it’s no secret that growth is a major driver of Enterprise Value (EV).
We believe that our clients' success is our success; we believe in professionalism in all that we do, we consistently maintain high standards of service and consultation to always be able to offer the best solutions for our clients, enabling them to reach their organisational goals. We understand our clients’ business needs, we comprehend their business specific language. We live the way they live. We help Enterprises explore extraordinary opportunities, manage and sustain growth, and maximise revenue.
What is important to note is that innovation is not just a process but an all-encompassing approach that is cross-cutting – touching upon every vital pillar of business – covering products and processes, financial and risk management, talent development, and branding and promotion, amongst others. Hence, we at LathithaBDS enshrine the need to pursue a collaborative approach wherein all key stakeholders – including customers and strategic suppliers – to participate in dialogue.
At LathithaBDS, we entrench the importance of using the Four-Dimensional Matrix in establishing market penetration strategies.
Enterprises generally rush to get refined and/or new products/services to markets – and some fail because the concept of Product Commercialisation was never executed correctly for the target market. We share the appreciation that “one of the quickest ways to go out of business is to introduce a great idea to markets, but never completely delivering the features and/or benefits (Value Proposition) that were promised during publicity”.