Appraise your business financial performance and Six Sigma Level

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What you get with this Hourlie

The business financial performance and six sigma spreadsheets is designed to measure\forecast financial and quality performance for small businesses, over a selected period. Based on inputs of fixed costs, variable costs, sale price, number of produced items, number of sales and number of quality metrics, the spreadsheet can compute the following:
1-Breakeven point by generating the minimum required number of sales to cover all costs and start making profit. This is also provided as an illustration.
2-Business efficiency which is a measure of production efficiency and an indication of capacity to improve.
3-Business deficiency which is an indication of waste and shortcoming within the business.
4-Defects per million opportunities and Six-Sigma performance quality level.
You will receive two separate spreadsheets, one that analysis weekly performance and another that analysis monthly analysis.
You will receive clear instruction to how to run the analysis.
You will need to input the following:
1-The business weekly/monthly fixed costs.
2-The business cost per item (or number of items.
3-The business product selling price.
4-The number of key performance indicators (KPIs).
5-The weekly/monthly number of produced items and sold items
These inputs will generate breakeven analysis, % business efficiency and deficiency and six sigma level.

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What the Seller needs to start the work

If you going to input your own data and run the analysis using the self explained spreadsheets, than nothing is needed. For a further agreed price a more advanced, detailed and tailor made spreadsheet can be designed. However, if you require this, I will need the following:
1-start date of analysis required (current or a forecast)
2-fixed costs
3-variable costs
4-weekly or monthly (or both) number of items produced and number of items sold
5-number of quality measures (your key performance indicators)