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Case Study

Operational hedging case study

A global industrial company experienced a loss in a key person while undergoing a spin-off from another entity and wanted to bridge the gap between the next person starting and turnover.

Company goals

  • Bridge the gap between the next person starting and turnover.
  • Maintain continuity with the program during M&A.
  • Meet internal timeline while maintaining strong business relationships.

Key activities

  • Transformed and restructured existing treasury.
  • Onboarded new systems.
  • Documented standard processes.
  • Reviewed and updated processes.
  • Trained new employee for 2-3 months, so the other employees could focus on day-to-day.

Results

  • Saved time - XX hours- throughout automated processes, saving significant amounts of time within existing systems.
  • Maintained continuity.

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