Automotive & HD Business Management Articles.
Bob Greenwood. September 23, 2015. ( over 3 years ago ) 734 views
Many shop owners believe that the commodity section of their business is the most important use of their time to create net profit. Do the math and test it out.
If you take all the parts you sold last year and achieved another 10% off in your cost, you may perceive that was effort well spent. But what if you took the same time and focused on improving the productivity of the shop by 10%, what do you find then? The math will prove that the majority of shop owners are so focused on getting a better price for their parts, they missed the incredible opportunities that would change their business life.
Take these steps:
If you did it right I believe the improved billed hour number and the dollars it would have brought in forced you stop and check your numbers as you don’t believe it. Math does not lie.
Focus your time on what matters most to the business net profit improvement. Without net income, the business cannot move forward.