A design studio that seeks to provoke meaningful change through their work looking for clarity into financials while their agency continued to grow.
PORTO ROCHA was quickly growing and the leadership team needed to set the right financial foundation for sustainable growth.
New visibility into how money was being spent led to better decision-making and allowed the leadership team to focus on other areas of the business.
Grow confidently and sustainably.
An ambitious agency that helps you do more good through strategy and design.
Historic needed clarity surrounding their data in order to make important business decisions, as well as assistance ensuring reporting was accurate.
Historic specializes in a multi-disciplinary approach to planning and creating a more human experience across all channels. After COVID knocked 35% of their annual revenue down in a matter of two weeks, they knew it was time to make some changes and dive deeper into the data.
They knew they weren’t seeing the value in the data they had, but who knew how much the clarity would fuel more creative work?
A global digital product consultancy serving forward-thinking clients—and looking for financial strategy to match.
DockYard helps visionary teams at Netflix, Apple, Nasdaq, Harvard and more bring products from idea to impact. That’s why leadership knew when it came to their own financials, they could be looking further ahead.
What could they achieve with accurate financial projections, and insight into how each of their department’s decision-making impacted them? How could they better envision their own future?
Want to set strategy that moves you ahead?
A nimble digital product design powerhouse takes control of its growth—so it can soar.
O/M designs world-class digital products and services for clients including Google, Facebook, Nextdoor and various startups. They had nailed a mission and process that allowed them to deliver for their clients with excellence.
But they knew gaining better visibility into their financials and building more mature processes would help them keep up their momentum—and ensure each next step forward was the right one.