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Purpose of Hiring a Consultant

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Consultants are none other than specialist in their own field and offer an impartial opinion regarding an issue. Domestic experts, although have the same level of knowledge and experience, fails to achieve results because of the fact that they get influenced by or has mental obstructions due to their association with the organization. Hiring a consultant has both advantage and disadvantage.

Some of the advantages are:

  • Gains the advantage of having an expert in the field related to the problem for which the solution has to be derived.
  • Has the advantage of an objective view point.
  • Gets manpower that cannot be spared from day-to-day operations.
  • Reduced expense.
  • Gains a new view of an institution’s operations.

Some of the disadvantages are:

  • Consultants need to be paid.
  • It takes long time to hire a consultant.

Why Choose Consultants over Integrators?

1)     Solutions: The First preference of every consultant is purely focused on the client. Integrators preferences are unclear, as they desire to sell their product on later solutions than providing a clear and objective advice. Because of these reasons, solutions given by the consultants are often include equipments, systems and process improvement, which results in less expensive and greater creativity.

2)     Width of Options:

Consultants are not limited by the need to find a solution or by a product line.

3)     Complete Analysis:

The width of the analysis and approach is much far greater in case of consultant than an integrator. Consultants use the tools like Simulation, Sensitivity Analysis and Detailed Throughput analysis where objective plays a vital role. The integrators usually seek to skip this step and move to solution-based approach.

4)     Clean Client Focus:

For all the above reasons, Consultants have no hidden motives in creating the most suitable solution for the client.

 All Consulting organization helps you to accomplish the goals through:

1)     Measuring the actual situation

2)     Providing advice or designing programs to fill the gap between the actual situation and the desired one.

3)     Giving preference to company’s mission, goals and objectives.

4)     Increasing the management and supervisory skills.

5)     Accomplishing the customer satisfaction and loyalty.

6)     Recognizing operational and training needs.

7)     Rising employee motivation.

8)     Increasing the level of Organizational achievements and performance.

9)     Improving the work performance.

10)  Expanding the company’s market segment and customer base.

11)  Improving organizational communications.

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  • Posted On July 23, 2012
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