CoreValue Benchmarking Software
Check The Pulse of Your Business: Capture, Build & Monetize Your Company’s True Value
CoreValue® is a cloud-based value assessment suite that helps business owners and CEOs assess 18 Value Drivers to strengthen their companies. This benchmarking software has helped thousands of companies build value and grow revenue.
Backed by 30 years of research and powered by algorithms developed at MIT and proven in the market, it’s an invaluable tool for capturing, building, and monetizing value.
Identify Improvement Areas Quickly
CEOs and business owners who want to take their business to the next level can use CoreValue® to best understand the current state of their organization and quickly and accurately identify the areas to improve:
- quantify intangible business drivers
- understand the true value of your business
- pinpoint the improvement areas to generate the most company value
Measure Important Intangible Assets
CoreValue® software measures your company’s hidden intangible assets and provides you with a true indication of your enterprise’s worth. It helps you understand what parts of your business are working well, and quickly identify what needs fixing. This helps you build a better business that can be sustained over the long haul. Leverage CoreValue® to:
- successfully transfer ownership
- raise capital
- reach new heights
30 Years of Research on Core Value Drivers
Backed by 30 years of research, CoreValue® uses sophisticated algorithms developed at MIT to determine business value by looking at 18 core value drivers (or keys to a successful company).
Think of your business as an engine whose outputs are revenue and profits. CoreValue® quantifies the ‘gears’ inside the engine, and their ability to work together to drive future revenue and profit.
CoreValue® quantifies the durability, sustainability, and efficiency of your business engine. When combined with industry data and financial performance (revenue and profit), CoreValue® helps you understand your company’s enterprise value, potential enterprise value, the ‘Value Gap’ between the two, and how to close the gap.